Ncell’s festive Offer : Win 21 smartphones every week

Ncell Festive Offer

This year’s festival will be even more festive thanks to Ncell’s holiday campaign.

By talking to loved ones in Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Saudi Arabia while the festival is underway, Ncell customers will be entitled to win 21 smartphones each week.

Due to the festivals of Dashain, Tihar, and Chhath, Ncell Axiata Limited has launched this program as of Thursday.

21 customers who answer the most incoming calls will get to win a smartphone every week as part of this promotion.

In addition, customers who receive mobile phone balance recharges from family or friends from abroad will also be able to win a free smartphone each week.

According to the company, the program will be in operation from today until November 10 for a period of five weeks. Under the duration of this scheme 110 customers will win smartphones as part of the deal.

Customers must have at least two minutes of incoming calls from the aforementioned countries to be eligible to win a smartphone.

Similarly, an international balance recharge on the customer’s mobile phone is required to be eligible for winning a smartphone.

On the basis of total incoming calls, average call times, and total conversation minutes, 21 smartphone winning customers’ names will be selected each week.

In order to take advantage of this attractive scheme and win a smartphone for their relatives or friends in Nepal, SIM card users of Malaysia’s Digi Telecom, U Mobile, Cellcom Axiata and Maxis, UAE’s Etisalat and Du and Saudi Arabia’s Zain mobile service providers will have the opportunity to benefit from this attractive scheme.

In accordance with the total number and amount of recharges received by the customer each week, one customer will be prized with a mobile phone.

Ncell virtual concert

Meanwhile, on Friday at 5 p.m. Ncell Facebook Live will host a virtual concert to exchange festival greetings among Nepalis around the world.

The program will feature performances by singers Prakash Saput, Suman Karki and Sunita Dulal.

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