Nepal Telecom is celebrating its 18th anniversary and has announced cheaper data packs on offer for customers. The anniversary offers include data packs ranging from unlimited to volume-based with separate price and validity. Find more details below.
Nepal Telecom (NTC) is turning 18 coming this Magh 22 and just like previous years, it has brought attractive data packs on the occasion.
NTC’s 18th Anniversary offers
Marking its 18th anniversary, NTC has offered 3 types of data packs. And there are two volume-based packs and one unlimited.
In this offer, there is a 20 GB data pack costing Rs.294. This pack is valid for 10 days. The next is a 6 GB data pack that costs Rs.98. This pack expires in 3 days.
Meanwhile, there is an unlimited data pack that comes for Rs.69. With this pack, you can surf the internet at 1 Mbps speed. This data pack is valid for just one day.
To subscribe to the anniversary offer data packages, you need to dial *1415*11#. You can also use Nepal Telecom mobile app to activate your favorite pack.
VoLTE Could Start Commercial Launch
On the same occasion, Ntc could mark the beginning of the commercial launch of its much-lauded VoLTE service. The 4G-powered high-quality voice calling feature test launch was done previously with support for select handsets. However, the operator has added support for dozens of devices over the past few months. Currently, this next-gen cellular voice call feature is available on select models of Xiaomi, Nokia, iPhone, ZTE, OPPO among a few others.
To know which phone brands in Nepal support this VoLTE feature, visit this link.
With VoLTE, users can enjoy both HD voice and LTE data on 4G simultaneously without falling back to conventional mobile networks. NTC is the only telco to offer this service so far in Nepal. Check out the top features of VoLTE.
We at Nepalitelecom congratulate Nepal Telecom on its glorious 18th anniversary and extend best wishes for more success.
NTC’s 18th-anniversary data offers are super cheap and can be vital for your mobile browsing on the go. Are you subscribing to either of those? Do leave a comment below to know more about it.