Prominent digital wallet Khalti has announced its World Cup package “WORLDCUP TV” for the upcoming FIFA Football World Cup 2022 held in Qatar. The package allows users to subscribe to the package instantly on their TV’s Set Top Box.
The total TV package costs Rs 565 (Rs 500+13% VAT). Nepali audiences need to pay to watch Football World Cup 2022 as Media Hub structured a payment-based model this term.
As usual, this Football World Cup is likely to be the most popular sporting event in the world and draw billion of viewers for a month. Touted as the greatest tournament of the popular game, it arrives every four years.
To elevate the football fervor, Khalti has also brought an exciting giveaway of 1,000 World Cup TV packages for the users. Khalti users can win the TV package by participating in various schemes. These are – World Cup Khalti Quiz, Deal Day offer, and Dami QR Scan. A few lucky users will earn 100% cashback on the World Cup TV package subscription.
Any KYC-verified Khalti user can participate in the giveaway offer. If you have not yet verified your Khalti account, you can do so within minutes during the offer.
On the Khalti World Cup TV package
Regarding the offer, Mr. Binay Khadka, CEO of Khalti said,
“Considering the craze of one of the most watched sporting events all over the world we are glad to facilitate digital payment to ensure the availability of this service at the home of every Nepalese on an instant basis. On top of that, I believe our offers and giveaways will make this World Cup season more engaging and delightful.”
World Cup TV packages of NetTV, DishHome, MaxTV and other TV providers are available on the Khalti app.
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