12 August, Kathmandu : Nepal Telecom (NT) has decided on continuing the ‘Promotional Offer’ of New Year 2074 for at least three more months for the customers of the GSM and CDMA mobile services.
Telecom’s Spokesperson, Prativa Vaidya, issued a statement on Friday saying the decision was taken in view of the customers’ excessive taste for the offer brought on by the company. The offer will now continue until November 9.
The offer includes All Time Data Pack, Night Time Data Pack, Facebook – Instagram Data Pack, 4 G Data Pack and Night Voice Pack.
The All Time Data Pack will be available for GSM prepaid/ post paid and CDMA prepaid/postpaid services. Under the package, 60 MB data has been offered for just Rs 25 which can be used for 24 hours a day for seven days.
Likewise, 125 MB data has been offered for Rs 50 for 24 hours for 15 days, 400 MB data for Rs 100 for 30 days, 850 MB data for Rs 200 for 30 days, 1500 MB data for Rs 300 for 30 days.
Under the Night Time Data Pack, 500 MB data has been offered for Rs 45 for seven days and 1200 MB data for Rs 90 for 15 days. Moreover, 3 GB data for Rs 200 and 6.5 GB data for Rs 300 are on offer for 30 days. The Night Time Data Pack will be on offer from 10 pm to 6 am.
“Under the Facebook – Instagram Data Package, 110 MB data for Rs 25 for seven days, 230 MB data for Rs 50 for 14 days, 500 MB data for Rs 100 and 1100 MB data for Rs 200 for 28 days are available,” is its stated.
The utility company will also continue the 4G data package for the prepaid and postpaid GSM services. As per the offer, 200 MB data will be offered for Rs 50 for seven days, 500 MB data for Rs 100 for 14 days. Moreover, 1200 MB data will be on offer for Rs 200, 2000 MB data for Rs 300 and 3600 MB data for Rs 500 for 28 days’ period. The 4G data package will also offer 2G and 3G network for 30 per cent data volume.
As per the Night Time Voice Package, 250 minutes’ call facility has been offered for seven days from 10 pm to 6 am for Rs 25. For availability of the data, voice and 4G package facilities, customers are required to dial 1415#.