KATHMANDU, April 3: Ncell Private Limited has slashed internet price by 25 percent from April 2 in a bid to give relief to its customers amid the nationwide lockdown imposed by the Government of Nepal.
According to a press release issued by the company on Friday, the customers can now avail internet connectivity at a more affordable rate.
The company has slashed the rate of its PAYG (pay as you go) internet from the standard rate of Rs 2 (excluding taxes) per MB to Rs 1.5 per MB. This rate will remain effective during the period of lockdown.
After the implementation of the 25% discount on the PAYG rate, customers using the internet can enjoy a discount of up to 80% under the new PAYG model.
Customers will get bonus data immediately when they spend Rs 2, 5, 10, 20, 30 or more on every additional Rs 10. After initial spending of Rs 10 in data under PAYG, customers for every additional Rs 10 spent on data will receive a 20 MB bonus.
"If customers spend Rs 2 for 1.04 MB data, they now get an additional 2 MB as a bonus. Those who spend Rs 30 for using data, will get a total of nearly 73 MB which includes 57 MB as a bonus. Similarly, if customers consume Rs 100 while using data, they get 197MB as a bonus and 52.2MB from main balance so in total they will get nearly 250MB," the private telecom company said in its press release.
Amid this global health crisis, the company has introduced more offers including increment in borrowing amount, free balance transfer service, 120% bonus balance on recharge and stay-home pack of 15 GB also.