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Ncell launches ‘Dobbar Paisa Back’ offer for the festive season

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We are finally in the festive season and Nepali customers have been starting to get some sweet deals everywhere. And continuing that trend is one of Nepal’s leading telecommunication company, Ncell. Ncell has launched a ‘Dobbar Paisa Back’ offer targeting its prepaid customers. Under the offer, customers who spend a certain amount of main balance will get double the amount as a bonus.

The offer came into effect from 29th September 2016 and will be valid for the next 90 days. So, for three months, customers who use a certain amount of their main balance will receive double of that amount in return. To take part in the campaign, Ncell users just need to dial 17124. No charges will be applied for all of this.

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Ncell users can activate the offer by dialing 17124.

Once joined, customers will get information about how much main balance they should be spending each day to exercise the offer. Once the target is reached, they will instantly receive double the amount spent in return. And there is no catch!

The bonus amount received will be valid for the same day till midnight. Customers will be able to use the bonus for making calls and sending SMS and MMS to other Ncell users, and for surfing the internet as well. The total amount of main balance spent on a particular day can be viewed by sending a blank message to 17124.

Speaking about the offer, corporate communications expert of Ncell, Milan Sharma said, “Festival time is a period when we prefer to stay closer with our family members, relatives and friends. We believe the offer will provide additional value to our customers, enabling them to exchange greetings and share happy moments of festivals.”

If you are a customer of Nepal Telecom, click here to view the company’s Festive offer for Dashain, Tihar and Chhat.

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Anuj Bhandari is currently working as a tech reviewer and content writer for gadgetbytenepal.com. He is an ardent follower of developments in the smartphone world and a devoted fan of Arsenal FC.