Nepal Telecom (NTC) has revised the CUG packs that are targeted at corporate users. The pack provides unlimited calls among the corporate user Group (CUG). The CUG scheme is now repackaged, including more data volume at the same price. Earlier, they added off-net calls in the CUG packs.
Now available for Ntc GSM & CDMA prepaid and postpaid numbers.
The CUG pack can also include a landline number for the closed user group.
Provides free resources every month that depends on the pack’s amount (see below)
Latest revision: More data volume at the same price.
What’s in the NTC CUG Pack?
The best part of the NTC CUG pack is the unlimited voice calls among themselves in the group. Apart from the closed group, they can even make a call to any Ntc numbers and use a data pack as a combo with the different packs. They have a free resource of on-net calls, off-net calls, SMS, and data.
Targeting a different range of corporate users, Ntc has provided different CUG packs of Rs 200, Rs 500, Rs 1000, and Rs 1500. The lowest pack available in the CUG scheme is Rs 200, which entails 100 mins of a voice call to any Ntc number, 10 mins of off-net calls, and a data package of 1GB per month. Earlier the CUG pack had only 140 MB data volume.
The Rs 200 pack is only available in Prepaid whereas all others are available for both prepaid and postpaid. The following are the details of all the Ntc CUG packs for GSM prepaid and postpaid subscribers of corporate offices.
Ntc has a special prepaid only CUG pack of Rs 200.
Nepal Telecom (NTC) targets the CUG pack for small to large corporate offices through GSM prepaid and postpaid numbers. NTC provides a subsidized rate for telecom services like voice, SMS, and data.
The corporate office needs to send an official request of the CUG packs for their respective employees to Ntc. They should take a minimum of 10 corporate users in the CUG scheme. Corporate users can take the CUG scheme from any Ntc customer center, i.e. Ntc offices.
If any prospective customer does not have any Ntc mobile, they need to apply for the numbers at the same time as CUG registration.
Before a minimum of 50 corporate users could take the CUG offer and the call rate was 50 paisa per minute. The CUG scheme was also lacking data packs before and now it includes more data volume. The CUG pack seems much more efficient for corporate users and is also being popular among them.
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