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Nepal’s one of the leading mobile networks, Ncell has brought a special offer to attend online classes for students under the HISSAN network. On 29th July, Ncell Private Limited and Higher Institutions and Secondary Schools’ Association Nepal (HISSAN) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU). According to it, Students of institutions under HISSAN will be utilizing Ncell’s mobile network services for online classes.
With the start of online classes, people (both the students and teachers) are looking for ways to conduct teaching and learning activities. Keeping this in mind, Ncell has brought a special monthly offer to provide its services at a discounted rate. The offer applies to its services in SIM, Voice, Data pack, SMS, and other services.
Read the Ncell Endless Kurakani offer.
Pradeep Shrivastava, Chief Commercial Officer of Ncell shares his excitement about the memorandum and collaboration with HISSAN. He further says that it is an opportunity to contribute to thousands of students desiring to learn online through technology and connectivity services.
Furthermore, the President of Hissan, Ramesh Kumar Silwal happily declared that this kind of collaboration during times like this will be of great value to students, teachers, and the entire educational sector of our country.
Read Ncell’s Sajilo SIM offer.
With the new offer by Ncell, the secondary schools under Hissan will fully benefit from the packages for online classes. The inclusion of higher volume data package for Apps like Zoom, Meet shall help students, teachers for teaching/learning at affordable rates. The additional voice call, SMS bundle creates more value to the users for regular communication. They will also provide the SIM cards in the names of the enlisted institutions or the students as per their choice. So, they can use the same SIM card for online classes and regular mobile services.
Tell us what do you think of the Ncell offer for Hissan affiliated institutions and students.