Nepal’s leading telecom operator Ncell Axiata has been shortlisted for two categories at the World Communication Awards 2022. The company was listed for the Customer Experience Award and the social Contribution Award categories.
The popular award show is attended by prominent telecom companies around the world. This is the second consecutive year in which Ncell is vying for awards at the elite award fair for the industry.
The winners of the awards will be announced on November 1 in London. The experts at the World Communication Awards (WCA) shortlisted the operators.
The organizer will present the awards in a total of 23 different quality categories.
Ncell won awards last year too
Last year, the private telco also received recognition in two categories at the WCA Awards ceremony. The company received awards in the Social Contribution Award, and Crisis Response Award.
WCA has recognized the innovation and excellence of global telecom operators for the past 24 countries. It still continues to remain one of the most remarkable marks of achievement for the companies in the industry.
WCA also recognizes trends and technologies and revises categories annually to ensure relevance in the growing communications industry.
About World Communication Awards and Ncell
The World Communication Awards are run in collaboration with the Total Telecom Congress (TTC). It brings together senior leaders from the telecom markets across the globe that play a vital role in shaping the future of the telecom industry.
Ncell is the leading private telecom company in Nepal that provides high-speed 4G internet and other mobile services. The company says it wants to provide the most modern and innovative technologies to its customers in Nepal. In line with this, the telco recently launched its VoLTE service commercially that offers offer HD voice service for subscribers.
Ncell has over 70 lakh users on its 4G network meanwhile, over 1.8 million subscribers continue to receive the services on the 3G network. The company occupies 40.32 percent market share in Nepal’s telecommunication market.
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