Telecom operator Ntc has announced cost-friendly offers to mark the 5th National ICT Day 2080. The new offers bring unlimited data and voice combo pack, and 4 other high volume data packs to its customers.
The offer is effective from Baisakh 17 to 19 for three days. The National ICT Day is celebrated on Baisakh 19 (May 02).
Ntc (Nepal Telecom) launched the offer to celebrate the glorious National ICT Day 2023 and has attractive offers for customers. You can get a data & voice combo pack and data packs at a convenient price.
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Voice, Data combo and Cheaper Data packs | National ICT Day offers Ntc
Under this offer, you can get an unlimited data and voice combo plan at Rs 49. The 24 hours pack gives you unlimited browsing at 1 Mbps and 100 mins on-net calls. The voice is on-net meaning the offer only applies to calls within the Ntc network only. Likewise, you get 4 special data packs for the celebration period. Firstly, you have an option to get 6 GB of data for Rs.98 only with three days validity.
Then, you can buy 13GB data at Rs 199 which is valid for 7 days. Other data packs are 20GB and 30 GB data at Rs 294 and Rs 399, valid for 10 days and 15 days respectively.
|Ntc National ICT Day offers
|Data and Voice Combo
|Unlimited data at 1 Mbps + 100 min on-net calls
To subscribe to the National ICT Day offer by Ntc, go to the dialer on your phone and type *1415#11#, then choose your option. You can also use NT App to subscribe to the same. The company expects these offers to make its customers more ICT-friendly.
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