eSewa, Nepal’s first online payment gateway and comprehensive online payment service provider has expanded its services and enabled Nepal Telecom users to purchase data packs directly through its official site. You can now purchase Nepal telecom’s data packs along with voice packs right from the esewa app and website. The service is only available through the esewa website at the moment but will be available to the app soon.
Esewa has facilitated a wide range of payments starting from mobile top-up utility payments, government services payments, financial services, bookings, and vendor payments. And now it has offered lucrative data packs under NTC Network to its customers. Being widely popular, secure as well as one of the most trusted online payment gateway in the country, esewa has collaborated with the Nepal government on several occasions. Esewa has been the most active partner in the government’s mission of digital Nepal. Until now Users can pay a traffic fine, personal taxes, and other governmental bills directly through esewa. Now users will also be able to purchase NTC data and voice packs from esewa. With the integration of NTC data and voice pack service In esewa users don’t have to remember and dial the weird combination of USSD codes every time to purchase data packs making it an easy and quick method.
How to Purchase Data and Voice Packs of Nepal Telecom from eSewa
In order to buy Nepal Telecom data packs and voice packs through esewa, you must log into esewa’s website and follow these steps
- Click on Top Up
- Click on Nepal Telecom data pack
- You will see 20 different options of data packages and 12 different options of voice packs which are available for you to buy instantly.
- Select an option that is right for you and click pay. The data/voice packs will be activated on your phone instantly.
I’ve personally bought Nepal Telecom’s data pack with esewa and found that esewa charges 2% as a service charge while buying data or voice packs. Have you bought Nepal Telecom data packs through esewa? What do you think of this integration of esewa and NTC’s data pack service? Is it a worthy option? We would love to get your comments.