Nepal Telecom (NTC) and International Mobility Solution (IMS), the authorized distributor of Samsung mobile phones in Nepal, jointly introduced another Samsung mobile with CDMA service bundling. Both companies are making effort to fulfill the lack of choices for CDMA smartphones in Nepal. Before Samsung, NTC has lunched bundle service in CDMA with Lenovo, Micromax, Alcatel features and smartphones.
Now NTC offering Galaxy Ace 4 smartphone for its CDMA subscriber with reasonable price and some added free features like free data pack. NTC has expended its CDMA network and capacity although CDMA is not popular globally as well as in domestic market. The main reason for that is lack of mobile phone devices with various features as GSM have. CDMA is considered more suitable for Nepalese terrain than GSM for constant service.
Those buying Galaxy Ace 4 with NTC service bundling can get services worth about four thousands (exactly 3,900 NPR) from Nepal Telecom along with the smartphone. The free stuffs include a RUIM card worth 200, free talk time worth 100 and data worth 3,600 respectively. Free data is split as monthly value of 300 NPR for a year. With these services the Galaxy Ace 4 costs NPR 12,000 for your pocket.
NTC and IMS have focused Galaxy Ace 4 for rural users where CDMA network and service is popular. NTC has expanded its CDMA capacity to 2 million lines over the nation and upgrading CDMA service in all 75 districts. NTC’s CDMA service is more reliable in rural areas for voice as well as data services.
Network: dual-SIM (GSM + CDMA)
Display: 4.0-inch WVGA TFT screen
Processor: 1.2 Ghz dual core
Camera: 3 MP rear
Memory: 4 GB internal can be expanded upto 64 GB, 512 MB RAM
Battery: 1,500 mAh