Nepal Telecom is offering free VoLTE calls on its 18th anniversary. It could be true that the next-generation voice call feature could launch commercially on the very day.
The state-owned operator Nepal Telecom (NTC) is celebrating its 18th anniversary on Magh 22. Marking this occasion, the company has announced free VoLTE calls offer for its customers. This offer is valid for 24 hours. That means Ntc customers with VoLTE-activated devices can enjoy high-quality calls on their smartphones for 24 hours.
In addition, the company has also announced affordable data packs for the anniversary offer that you can find here.
Along with the High-Definition (HD) calling feature, you can enjoy native Video calls over a 4G network, provided both dialers and receivers are on VoLTE. Check out all of the Top features of the VoLTE service.
VoLTE Activation, Compatibility, and Benefits
If you haven’t activated VoLTE on your phone, please do the following:
Dial *444# and select option 2. You can also dial *444*2# directly.
VoLTE will now activate on your SIM card with a confirmation on the screen of your device.
Now, go to your device’s call settings and turn on “VoLTE call”, you are ready with its HD call capability.
Th ‘VoLTE call’ option though can appear in different forms on devices.
Do remember that both your SIM and device must be 4G-compatible to turn on VoLTE service.
VoLTE allows users to simultaneously engage in calls and browses mobile data and doesn’t fall to 2G/3G mobile networks. So far, Samsung, Xiaomi, Nokia, Apple, OPPO, Vivo, and a few other devices have support for this VoLTE service. NTC meanwhile, is coordinating with various smartphone OEMs to add more devices to the list of VoLTE-compatible handsets.
Nepal Telecom started its services in 2004. The company offers telecom and fixed-line broadband services among many others. To date, it is serving over 22.5 million users across all the platforms being the largest telecom operator in Nepal.
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