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Ncell’s Festive Offer: 22 Smartphones Every Single Week

Ncell’s Festive Offer for Dashain, Tihar brings a smartphone feast with 22 mobile phones up for grabs every single week. The offer is applicable to the Ncell customers receiving calls from Malaysia, UAE, and Saudi Arabia. Learn more below.

Ncell Axiata has announced its offer for the coming festival season that will span across Dashain, Tihar, and Chhath. Dubbed Ncell’s Festive Offer, the company will be giving away 22 smartphones every week.

In addition, there is also a top-up offer under which a customer receiving top-up in Ncell number from their friends and family members abroad will also win 1 smartphone every week.

The offer lasts for five weeks till November 10, 2021. That means 110 smartphones will be available to 110 customers this festive season.

The offer is available to Ncell subscribers receiving calls from abroad during the period. Customers who receive the highest number of incoming calls from Malaysia, UAE, and Saudi Arabia will get a chance to lay their hands on one of the 21 smartphones every single week.

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Ncell’s Festive Offer: Eligibility

To win a smartphone under Ncell’s festive scheme, customers need to receive a call of a minimum of 2 minutes. Likewise, customers will also need to have their main balance recharged from abroad under the top-up offer.

Every week 21 winners will be selected on the basis of frequency of the call, average call duration, and call duration.

To be eligible for the offer, callers from the mentioned countries must be subscribers of DIGI, U Mobile, U Mobile, Celcom, and Maxis in Malaysia.

Similarly, those in UAE must be calling from Etisalat and Du and Zain in Saudi Arabia. Note that one customer will be selected as a winner on the basis of top-up from abroad and the amount of top-up.

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Ncell Organizing a Virtual Concert

Ncell will be organizing a virtual concert at 5 pm on Friday on October 8 to exchange greetings and entertain Nepalese abroad. The telco would air the event through Facebook Live.

The company has booked singers Prakash Saput, and Sunita Dulal who will be performing their best numbers. Meanwhile, Suman Karki will be tasked to get the viewers into laughter.

Winners will receive their smartphones from Ncell ICON in Lalitpur and Ncell Centers in the regions to their convenience.

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Bonus Balance offer

Similarly, those who receive calls from abroad will also receive Rs.20 bonus during the offer runtime.

Ncell users will be qualified for the bonus after completing the second minute or higher per incoming international call. Users can utilize the bonus balance for calls and SMS within the Ncell network, and browsing. The bonus amount will stay valid for up to 3 days.

To Activate this bonus scheme, you need to dial 17126. There is no charge involved in it.

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If you receive calls from those mentioned countries, you may have a chance of winning a smartphone this festive season (Dashain, Tihar) from Ncell. How exciting is this offer? Do share your opinions in the comments below.

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