In collaboration with Facebook, Ncell, the largest privately owned telecommunication service provider in Nepal amidst an event today has announced free access to Facebook. This is an offer opened to all the Ncell customers.
Facebook and Ncell have partnered together to bring out this exclusive offer to support the Facebooks’ on-going global act for free internet for all the people on the globe which are being carried out and promoted internationally under the theme called “Internet for All”.
The offer is said to come into effect immediately after midnight today. However, the offer is not perpetual and forever; Ncell has stated that the offer will endure for only next 3 months.
With this offer, Ncell customers will be allowed to upload the photos, status and perform other activities on Facebook for free. However, the chatting will cost. So yes, the offer is partial, not totally free.
How to use Free Facebook on Ncell
A button with text “Go to Free” will show up on the top of the Facebook app or on the browser used to surf Facebook. Only after clicking this button, the free Facebook offer will get into action. So, that means you need at least some balance to get your device ready to use Facebook for free on Ncell.
Ncell has yet not officially announced about this offer on its official website or Facebook page. But, this offer is confirmed and Ncell users will get to enjoy this offer in no time.
We will be sharing more updates about this offer on our upcoming articles. Till then, stay connected, stay informed!
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