Merolagani.com will now provide all the stock market-related information to the NTC users via SMS.
With this service, NTC users will receive all the latest stock market information pertaining to IPO issuances, FPO, Mutual Funds, debentures, etc. on their mobile phones.
In addition, they will also be notified about NEPSE‘s fluctuations, trading companies, profit, and loss-bearing companies’ updates among others.
Merolagani.com launched this SMS service to offer convenience to investors who may have issues with the internet or do not have an internet connection. However, those with a broadband connection can also find this service complimentary while on the go.
There are times when the internet connection does not work, or it expires or you travel to a place with no internet at all. In those situations, SMS service will prove a handy medium to receive stock market alerts via a mobile network.
NTC users can activate the Share market (Merolagani) SMS service by dialing *31051#. You can subscribe to both SMS alerts and podcasts on your mobile. You need to pay NRs. 20 each for SMS and podcast services. Stock markets and trading news and discussion will be available on podcasts.
The SMS service will be valid for a week but you can renew once it expires following the same dialing methods.
Ncell users can start this SMS service on their SIM by dialing *17174#. The charge for this service is NRs. 26 for a week. Similarly, you can also receive a three-day service for just NRs. 10.
If you are an investor, the SMS service can go hand in hand with an online news portal to stay up to date with stock market-related news. Having both SMS and podcasts service over the mobile network means you won’t miss out on any new updates in the share market.
Are you excited about this Share market info SMS service arriving on NTC? What are your expectations or demands from the SMS and podcast services? Let us know in the comments section below.
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