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Kathmandu: Ncell prepaid customers can now make calls on any Indian number at more affordable rates. Ncell Axiata Limited has launched two voice packs—Daily Pack and 3-Day Rate Cutter Pack under its Winter Offer, enabling customers to call in India at a local rate.

This new offer has been launched as a part of the company’s ongoing campaign #FastForwardLife that aims to encourage everyone to reimagine the future and fast forward their life with the power of digital.

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Customers buying Daily Pack can make 10 minutes of a voice call to India at just Rs. 25 including applicable taxes. Once the pack is subscribed, its validity remains for 24 hours. Customers can buy the Daily Pack simply by dialing *17118*7*1#.

Similarly, customers can subscribe to 3-Day Rate Cutter Pack at just Rs 14 including applicable taxes. Through this pack, customers will be able to call India at Rs 1.99 per minute (Rs. 2.54 per minute including applicable taxes).

The existing standard rate to call India is Rs. 2.99 per minute (Rs. 3.82 per minute including applicable taxes). Customers can buy 3-Day Rate Cutter Pack by dialing *17118*7*2#.

The voice packs have been launched in line with Ncell’s commitment to providing quality service at an affordable rate. Ncell has stated that the company is delighted to bring this Winter Offer, enabling customers to call India at a more affordable rate to stay in touch with family members, friends, and business partners.

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