Ncell has just announced a new Tourist SIM for foreigners entering Nepal this year. If you’re a foreigner who’s just arrived in Nepal, you can get yourself a Tourist SIM card for just Rs 100 at the Tribhuvan International Airport itself.
The offer was introduced on the 22nd of January, and initially it will be comprising of a starter pack consisting a main balance of Rs. 30 with 1 GB data valid for 3 days alongside the SIM itself.
Once the starter pack has been activated, you get options on a total of 5 different special packs have been specified that start from Rs. 290 all the way up to Rs. 2,888!
In order to gain access to this offer, just type in *17105#. Below shown is a compiled list of all of those offers you have access to.
|3 Days||7 Days||14 Days||28 Days||30 Days|
|Rs. 290||Rs. 490||Rs. 980||Rs. 1,470||Rs. 2,888|
|3 GB + 30 Mins Local Call||7 GB + 70 Mins Local Call||14 GB + 140 Mins Local Call||28GB + 280 Mins Local Call||88 GB + 888 Mins Local Call|
In addition to these special packs, users can further enable ‘all network voice’ and ‘data bundling’ packages depending on their need and duration of stay in Nepal.
What’s even more exciting, is that you can also help yourself with some extra delights right after your subscription. Just dial *17112# and receive a code for redeeming exciting offers!
Oh, and do keep note of the number *17105*20#, it’s got useful information on stuffs like emergency numbers, major exchange rates and so on.
So, what documents do you require for getting the SIM?
Foreigners can get this specialized Tourist SIM from TIA (Airport) Ncell Shop for, as mentioned earlier Rs 100 only. Now, to get the SIM, all you need is, a photocopy of valid passport, Arrival Visa and 1 PP size photo and you’re good to go.
However, there is an exception for Indian Travelers though. If you are an Indian citizen, you will be asked for an additional voter’s card and an embassy card (issued from Bagmati and Narayani Districts).
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