Tag Archives: Nepal Telecom

Uncertainty looms over purchase of internet bandwidth from China

The commercial use of internet bandwidth to be purchased from China has been uncertain. Nepal and China have been connected with optical fiber network for the first time through the Rasuwgadhi border point by the mid-May but due to lack of commercial agreement, it is uncertain when the internet bandwidth will be purchased. The commercial agreement was supposed to be …

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NT plans for extensive service expansion

Nepal Telecom is planning to implement current fiscal year 2016/17 as the year of investment and service expansion. The company has endorsed the budget of worth Rs 67 billion for this purpose. In the current fiscal year, NT plans to distribute twenty-five hundred fifty thousand mobile lines. As to PSTN and CDMA service, the company has plans to distribute 30,314 …

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NT’s festive offer, 1200 MB data at Rs 85

Nepal telecom has introduced data pack titled ‘Subharatri pack’ for its GSM prepaid mobile users in line with the Teej festival which is two days away. Issuing a press statement, NT has said that its GSM prepaid customers can use 500 MB of data within seven days at Rs 40 and 1200 MB of data within 15 days at Rs …

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NT introduces Father’s Day data packs

Nepal Telecom has announced special data packages titled ‘Subha Bihanai Sandhya’ data packs to its GSM prepaid users on the occasion of upcoming father’s day. Issuing a press statement, it has stated two volumes of data packs are available, one of 100 MB priced at Rs 45 with a validity of three days and the other is 225 MB priced …

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Nepal Telecom extends microwave link to 75 districts

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Nepal Telecom has extended microwave radio link connection to all 75 districts across the country. On 4th Bhadra Nepal Telecom established microwave link connection in Simikot of Humla as the 75th district to be connected by microwave radio link. Earlier on 21st Ashadh it had extended the accessibility of microwave link in Dolpa and Mugu districts. Prior to this, NT …

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NT’s strategic partnership process in limbo

It has been many years since Nepal Telecom made a decision to get a strategic partner but the process to get a strategic partner in Nepal Telecom is not getting any progress. NT has been pressing for the need of a strategic partner to ensure a secure position in a competitive telecommunication market. Back in 2014, Nepal Telecom was given a go-ahead …

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IVR: 24 hours at your service

IVR, (interactive voice response), a telephony technology in which someone uses a touch-tone telephone to interact with a database to acquire information. IVR technology does not require human interaction over the telephone as the user’s interaction with the database is predetermined by what the IVR system will allow the user access to. The Telephone user activates IVR System by dialling …

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NT recharge service resumes after two days of disruption

Problems in a balance-recharge system in Nepal Telecom’s Network are not new for Nepalese mobile phone users. State-owned and a major mobile phone service provider Nepal Telecom customers have been facing difficulties while topping up balance time and again because of network congestion or system up-gradation. Problems to recharge mobile balance for pre-paid mobile phone users in Nepal Telecom’s network occurred …

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MCA to alert you of missed call

Every call is important. Besides realizing its importance sometimes we missed it. In view of subscribers’ need to be connected every second, telecos have missed call alert facility. Through this service, the called party, if busy, switched off or out of mobile coverage, gets calling party information through SMS notification as soon as they get back to the mobile network. …

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NTC to send alerts to disaster prone areas

Nepal Telecom (NTC) state owned and largest telecom service provider of the country has signed an agreement with Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (DoHM)  to provide early warnings of disasters via SMS throughout its mobile network. According to the agreement signed, NTC customers residing in Mahakali, Western Rapti, Kankai, Babai, Karnali, Narayani, Bagmati and Koshi rivers and the Himalayan region …

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NT and Ncell apply for 4G service

State-owned Nepal Telecom and privately owned Ncell have applied for the launch of 4G service from the existing 1800 Mhz bandwidth. Ncell submitted the application seeking for permit for 4G service operation on Sunday while NT submitted on Monday. After the amendment of Radio Frequency Policy, Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has allowed to upgrade their services based on technology neutrality. …

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Cheaper and Convenient Skyphone

Who wouldn’t want to stay in touch constantly with whoever they like and whenever they like and that too at a very low price? CDMA prepaid customers of Nepal telecom can avail themselves of this luxury with sky phone services. Why Sky Phone -Interactive Voiced based Recharging system -Remote recharging from your CDMA phone or PSTN phone -No monthly rental …

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Nepal Telecom launches video call service for people with hearing and speaking disablities

People with disabilities and those injured in Peoples’ movement of 2062/63 will be provided with GSM prepaid SIM and CDMA RUIM card for free from Nepal Telecom. Nepal Telecom has initiated video call service to people with hearing and speaking disability at discounted rates. Nepal Telecom is the leading telecom service provider in the nation, as well as a publicly listed …

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Ncell and NTC spending millions in CSR

Telecommunication is not only about catering to the communication needs of customers. Telecom companies are here for some kind of profit along with the service. They are also a part of the community they are serving. The agenda of benefiting oneself is not a sustainable policy. They should be involved in the initiatives that benefit society also. They should be …

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Nepal Telecom revises FTTH rates

Nepal Telecom has come up with revised rate of wired based FTTH internet service. Along with FTTH rate, the rate has been revised for packaged distribution and sales, customer –premises equipment (CPE) charge.

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Nepal Telecom distributes free sim cards at the airport

“With the aim develop tourism and improve company’s business module the service will be provided” said Buddhiprasad Acharya, head of the Nepal telcom. It is believed to attract customers towards Nepal Telecom. The sim card will have rupees 50 of talk time value. This service is expected to help tourists visiting Nepal.

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Nepal Telecom launches social networking site

With the aim to put different sorts of service on single system, Nepal Telecom has introduced a new social networking platform known as MEET. The project meet comes under the scheme of Unified Communication System (UCS). The Meet was officially launched today. Minister for information and technology Mr Sherdhan Rai inaugurated the Website by connecting with one of the staffs from telecom office at Bhojpur. According to the telecom the total cost of the project exceeded Rs 10 cr.

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Nepal Telecom offers free SIM cards to farmers

Farmers with android smart phone can use the given application to get the information about weather, agriculture and technology, phone numbers related to agriculture offices, insurance information as well various other related information which will help farmers.

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