Nepal Telecom (NTC) brings Thank You Healthcare Worker Offer in appreciation of the health professionals for their relentless service in the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. All of the health care workers including doctors, nurses will get one month of free unlimited calls.
Nepal Telecom (NTC) expects the offer will keep the frontline doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals motivated in their duties. The state-owned telecom is paying its own homage to the medical professionals who have committed themselves round the clock.
To ratify the offer, the telco today signed the agreement with the representatives from Nepal Medical Council, Nepal Nursing Council, Nepal Pharmacy Council, Nepal Health Professionals Council, Nepal Ayurvedic Medical Council.
Nepal Medical Council already announced the same free call offer for the doctors registered under them.
Free Voice Calls For A Month
The offer will allow health professionals free voice calls for a month within its network. The offer is applicable on both prepaid and postpaid plans. However, the rental charge on postpaid SIM will remain intact.
Health professionals will acquire this offer after their concerned council (Nepal Doctors Council/ Nepal Nursing Council/ Nepal Pharmacy Council/ Nepal Health Professionals Council and Nepal Ayurvedic Medical Council) provide their names and contacts on their official application with the letterhead.
How to Take the “Thank You Health Care worker offer” in Ntc?
To Apply for the Ntc free voice call pack (Thank you health care worker offer), you need to register yourself in the google forms for the respective council. Check out the google forms for each council below.
- Nepal Medical Council (NMC): Registration form for Free Ntc calls
- Nursing Council of Nepal (NNC): Registration form
- Nepal Health Professional Council (NHPC): Registration form
- Nepal Pharmacy Council (NPC): Registration form for Free Ntc calls
The service will be available only to the professionals who have SIM on their own names. (You can check your check yourself sim registration name and change it). On the contrary, NTC has provisioned that health professionals could submit an application with their council’s official letter pad to receive a dedicated SIM card.
Similarly, health professionals can choose to obtain a SIM through their council’s ID card. This will require a regular form fill-up. They can submit the document to the nearest NTC counter and get an NTC SIM card immediately. The offer will activate by default.
Also read: NTC Brings Lockdown Stay Connected Offer
The offer comes as part of NTC’s Corporate Social Responsibility. The offer can also see an extension the if the crisis sustains further.
The need for communication has become most significant during such crisis. Understandably, the frequency and the length of calls can never be as high as now. Therefore, it is a praiseworthy gesture by NTC to facilitate the health workers’ need for connectivity.
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