Nepal Telecom (NTC) has announced an attractive data bundling offer for iPhone 13 buyers. As per the telco, customers who buy the latest iPhone 13 will receive NTC’s 5 GB data volume every month free for the next 12 months.
The offer comes after NTC (Nepal Telecom) and Evolution Trading Pvt. Ltd. (Evo Store) confirmed their collaboration. Dilliram Adhikari, MD of NTC, and Tarun Bajracharya, Director of Evo Store both penned the agreement on Kartik 10, 2078.
Evolution Trading is the authorized Apple reseller in Nepal with outlets spread across the country.
As per the agreement, customers who buy iPhone 13 or above versions from Evo Store will receive NTC’s bundled data package. Currently, Evolution Trading has 7 outlets in the Kathmandu valley and 13 others around the country. The iPhone 13 buyers will be receiving a 5 GB data volume every month for the next 12 months without any charges.
NTC’s iPhone Data bundle for Both Prepaid & Postpaid Users
The offer is applicable for NTC’s both prepaid & postpaid users. In case, a customer chooses to buy a new prepaid SIM card, Evo Store will provide it for free.
Such SIM cards will have Rs. 10 as the main balance, and an extra Rs.40. The extra balance will allow on-net voice calls for 40 minutes. Similarly, 20 SMS, and 60 MB data will also come with it. The services under extra balance will be valid for one month.
NTC’s data bundling with iPhone 13 will expectedly up Apple’s latest crown jewel iPhone 13 among Nepali consumers.
Apple launched iPhone 13 series last September on 14 at its Fall Event. The series brings 4 variants of the latest iteration in iPhone’s prestigious lineups. iPhone 13 series has already launched in Nepal, which includes iPhone 13, the standard version, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max with the highest specs.
The high-end smartphone market is already abuzz with the iPhone 13 series. Despite being a mid-range market, iPhone continues to maintain a competitive space in the Nepali smartphones market. Currently, Apple’s iPhones enjoy a very respectable 6.93% market share in Nepal.