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Ncell enhances 4G in Lumbini and Bagmati Provinces, ensuring faster connectivity

Ncell enhances 4G in Lumbini and Bagmati Provinces, ensuring faster connectivity


Ncell, as a part of its continuous Quality of Service (QoS) improvement drive, has improved its 4G service at the local level in various districts of the Lumbini and Bagmati provinces. This improvement ensures the benefits of access to a better network and speed for customers from over a dozen locations in seven districts of these provinces.

The locations where Ncell strengthened its 4G service include Chautara Sangachowk Gadhi, Indrasarowar, Manthali, and Thaha in the Bagmati Province. Similarly, the service has been improved in Bhumekasthan, Chandrakot, Malarani, Mathagadhi, Pyuthan, Rambha, Sandhikharka, Tansen, and Tinau of the Lumbini Province. Earlier in February, Ncell had improved its 4G in Butwal, Devdaha, Ghorahi, the Lumbini Development Area, Narainapur, Omsatiya, Sainamaina, Siddarthnagar, Sunwal, Tilottama, and Tulsipur in the Lumbini Province.

In line with its commitment to ensure easy access to modern mobile broadband connectivity by expanding the 4G service, Ncell also improved the 4G service in the Madhesh and Gandaki Provinces in February. The company remains committed to improving the already expanded 4G service in different parts of the country.
Besides service expansion and network improvement, Ncell has also been providing attractive offers to customers. Such offers include Double Majja Packs, with prices starting at Rs. 150, which enable customers to enjoy a double data bonus on every repeat purchase of the same pack before the expiration of the pack’s validity. Likewise, there is also a special offer of a 25% discount on popular India Roaming Packs. The offer allows customers to enjoy seamless connectivity during their visits to India at an even more affordable price.

Ncell services continue to improve, and customers are opting for and using Ncell numbers for online banking transactions, registering themselves on Ncell numbers at various government agencies, and continuing to use them as their prime numbers not only in the country but also while they are roaming. Not only this, but because of the Ncell footprint in remote areas, especially in Terai, retailers continue to use Ncell SIM as a matter of choice to receive transaction alerts from their digital wallets using Ncell’s reliable network and data services.

Ncell has expanded its 4G service in all 77 districts, ensuring service access for over 92% of the country’s population. It launched 4G in the Kathmandu Valley in June 2017 as part of its commitment to deliver world-class services and customer experience through the introduction of modern technology and a state-of-the-art network.
According to the Nepal Telecommunications Authority’s (NTA) statistics, Ncell’s 4G subscribers stood at 6.88 million as of mid-October 2023 in terms of the Visitor Location Register (VLR), with a 54.06 percent market share. Along with service expansion, Ncell has also been upgrading 4G capacity in its towers in various districts.

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