Thursday, November 14, 2013

Nepal Telecom offers discounts

Nepal Telecom (NT) today announced discounts on phone calls made from land-line (PSTN), CDMA and mobile (GSM services) within the company´s network effective from November 15 for three months period.
The Nepse-listed telecom service provider said that calls made from PSTN/C-postpaid fixed phones will be charged Re 1 for every four minutes for calls between 10 pm to 8 am from Friday to Sunday. "Likesiwe, ISTD calls made from PSTN/C postpaid fixed phones/VSAT will be charged Re 1 per 90 seconds," it announced, adding that the call, however, has to be made in between 10 pm and 8 pm in weekdays (from Friday to Sunday).
The company will charge 75 paisa per minute for calls made through mobile or GSM and CDMA postpaid phones in between 6 am to 10 pm on Saturdays, the weekly holiday. "Calls made through GSM and CDMA prepaid phones during the same period on Saturdays will be charged at Re 1 per minute," it said. "Meanwhile, Nepal Telecom also announced that data (3G/GPRS) service will be available for customers using international roaming services while visiting Nepal from November 15."

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