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We take SIM cards for granted. We buy one, insert and start using it barely we consider its proper care & use. Part of a reason maybe is that it’s easy to buy and throw off. However, it can incur several issues.
Many a time, we hear SIM owners complain about losing their main balance, service restrictions, or even physical harm to it. These occur due to their negligence with their SIM cards. today in this post, we will be listing key tips to help you be more careful with your SIM card.
Most of the phones in Nepal are by default GSM-based. They require a separate physical SIM card to establish mobile communications. Phone owners need to buy a SIM card to start communications services and it is not difficult either.
Buying a SIM card easy rather easy in Nepal. There were times, people stood in queues overnight just to get an NTC SIM card. With competitiveness and care for the public convenience, telcos have made buying a SIM card an easy affair.
We can buy a new SIM card at telcos centers, mobile stores, or other authorized vendors. Customers can visit an authorized store with the document (citizenship), and a PP-sized photo. After filling up a form, a new SIM card is issued for a small amount. NTA is also planning to allow SIM purchase with out carrying documents.
But obtaining a SIM card has an inverse relationship with its care by its owners. Smartphone users seem less concerned about how to be careful with their SIM cards. This has led them into problems with services or with the telcos too.
Being negligent while buying or using a SIM could land people in undesirable circumstances. This is why we have compiled a list of 12 things to consider while buying or using a SIM card in Nepal. For better, we have also added some tips that could help you stay the same from scams, and data and grouped them into 2 categories. Kindly check them below.
The 12 tips we have listed above are general as well as specifics. We hope that they will be your helpful guidelines to lengthen your SIM card’s lifespan and protect you through unwanted spam calls and threats.
Have you faced anything relating to your SIM card’s physical condition or suspicious calls? Do share with us in the comments. You are also free to suggest to us other tips that could be vital for every phone user.