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NT lunches 4G service for prepaid users

Nepal-Telecom-AnniversaryNepal Telecom (NT) on Saturday launched 4G (fourth generation) service for its prepaid customers in Kathmandu and Pokhara. The service was introduced in a pilot phase.
The announcement was made during an event organised to commemorate NT’s 13th anniversary.
NT customers can now subscribe to 4G service by dialling *444#. As a promotional offer, NT is providing 100 MB data free of cost per day to its prepaid subscribers using 4G service. The offer will last for four days from the day of subscription. According to NT, around 50,000 post-paid service users from Kathmandu and Pokhara have switched to 4G networks so far, since the service’s launch for post-paid customers on January 1. NT expects number of prepaid 4G service users to grow in a similar manner.
NT has also stated that it has already signed non-disclosure agreement with Apple and that Apple device users in Nepal may be able to use 4G service by March 2017.
NT, meanwhile, has also re-introduced CRBT (Caller Ring Back Tone) service and introduced call waiting and call forwarding services.
NT has also said GSM customers can subscribe to 100 MB Facebook pack with five-day validity for Rs 20. Likewise, NT has also donated Rs4 million to the Office of Kathmandu Metropolitan City to renovate Shanti Marga.

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