Nepal is one growing in telecommunications aspect
Ncell, Nepal’s growing telecom operator, has made it easier for secondary education graduates to get a cellular connection.
It has launched Pahilo SIM services for graduates who have completed their secondary education.
The organization stated that the launched SIM would allow the SEE graduates to get the Ncell prepaid SIM card at NPR 1.
The SEE graduates can opt for the bundled services of their choice after becoming Ncell subscribers.
As the company stated, “This offer is fully loaded with attractive features including a bonus on recharge, free My5 service, bonus data, and many more.”
The offer had come into effect yesterday, and to get the SIM card, SEE graduates have to get their genuine admit cards which would make them eligible for the Pahilo service across Nepal.
Under the current offer, the customers will get NPR 20 main balance and 150 MB data for a month if they recharge with NPR 100 or more within a week from SIM activation.
However, if they choose to recharge with NPR 50 or more, the subscribers will get bonuses on every recharge for the next six months. The bonus range from 500 MB data to 50 minutes of Talktime to Ncell to Ncell.
A passport-sized photo, a photocopy of the tenth-grade mark sheet must be taken along with a valid citizenship certificate of self, or parents must be presented to get the SIM card.
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