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Nepal Telecom (NTC) has been providing a balance transfer service to its GSM prepaid customers for some time. It is known that customers can send their mobile balance in the range from Rs 10 to Rs
200 (500). Please find below how to transfer the balance in NTC from another Ntc SIM. You can also find the procedure for how to get the security code needed for the transfer.
Now subscribers can directly put the balance amount in Rupees instead of paisa (before), for example, to send Rs 10 you can directly put 10. The receiving number can be GSM prepaid or CDMA. This service will help a lot to the customers who are in dire need of balance.
If you have less balance, now you can also recharge your balance online. Read Ntc recharge process >>
The minimum amount that can be transferred from Ntc is Rs 10, and the maximum amount to send is Rs 500. Another limitation of the balance transfer service in Ntc is you can send the amount
10 20 times a day only. There is no service charge in Nepal Telecom for the balance transfer. Similarly, with a balance transfer, the receiver mobile will not get any increment in the validity date.
Please remember that Ntc balance transfer is free of cost unlike Ncell and you can send an amount of Rs 10 to 200 for 10 times only per day.
To transfer the balance in Ntc from your other Ntc number (GSM prepaid) using USSD code, please follow these steps.
Please note that you cannot transfer the balance from one operator to another. So, the balance transfer is from Ntc to Ntc only. This means you can not send money in Ntc from Ncell or vice-versa.
If you find the above method to be quite difficult (due to the security code and more), you can easily transfer balance in Ntc using their mobile app. This balance transfer method does not require a security code, as mentioned below.
Balance transfer in Ntc can also be done from their website’s self-care portal. You can just visit the website, log in to your account, and then click balance transfer. Enter the recipient numbers, balance and then you are good to go.
You cannot directly transfer the balance from Ntc postpaid either to a prepaid or postpaid. But you can do the balance transfer from prepaid to postpaid in the same way mentioned above. So, you need to send data packs, voice packs to Ntc mobile (either prepaid or postpaid) using the Ntc Gift portal.
Read more: Latest Ntc data pack >>
You cannot perform balance transfer in Ntc from Ncell or even from Ntc to Ncell. As the balance is managed by the telecom operator locally, the money/balance in their account cannot be sent to another telecom operator.
Sometimes you may encounter issues in transferring money to your friends or family numbers. There could be issues and probable solutions.
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Ntc has resumed the process to get the security code from the message. Before, customers needed to visit the Ntc office to get the security code.
Now Customers can easily get the security code from SMS
We hope you find the easy process to get the security code for NTC numbers and also to transfer the balance. Sometimes there may be an issue with the security code reply (if you get no reply or an error message).
In that condition, you may need to visit Nepal Telecom counters just once to get the security code and save it safely for all the transfer later. These days, you can get many services from the Ntc customer care center by calling them. If you have a smartphone, sending balance becomes very smooth and easy using NT mobile app (as mentioned above).
Read more: How to transfer balance in Ncell >>