Every time you might not be in the reach of a stable internet connection. In that case, you might have been using your mobile SIM data for almost all sorts of internet usage. But the painful part is when you do not have enough balance to subscribe to the data pack.
To ease this, Nepal Telecom (NTC) has offered huge data packages at affordable prices which you can subscribe to directly through your Khalti Digital Wallet Account.
NTC has introduced a Large Data Pack Offer which could be subscribed through your Khalti account. Now you can buy a total of 11 GB data with a validity of 7 days at just Rs 180. This offer includes 4 GB data for all kinds of internet usage plus 1 GB data for each of the 7 days to watch YouTube videos and surf on Facebook.
Along with that, it has been providing the following data packs for heavy internet users which could be subscribed as in the USSD method in our phone.
What’s Special About This?
Well, Khalti has been providing its wider range of digital payment services since its inception back in 2017. Among the plethora of digital payment services provided by this digital wallet like utility payments, topup, financial services, government services payment, bookings and vendor payments; it has offered lucrative data packs under NTC Network to its customers. Besides that, one can also buy SMS and Voice Packs in their NTC sim through Khalti.
How to Buy Nepal Telecom Data Packs via Khalti?
- Login to your Khalti account
- Then go to your Home Screen
- Among the options in “Utility Payment”, click on Data Pack
- Tap on NT Packages
- Click on Data Pack
- Choose any of the options you would like and click on “Buy” tab
- Enter your mobile number, amount and select payment option
This service can be enjoyed through both mobile app and web app of Khalti digital wallet. Now Khalti users do not need to worry even if they run out of mobile balance in their NTC sim. This type of collaboration between a digital wallet and a mobile network company can help customers opt for going digital. It would be beneficial to those who are mostly outdoors because they can directly buy the data packs of NTC through their Khalti wallet without the worry of the main balance in their SIM card.
Have you bought Nepal Telecom data packs through Khalti? What do you think of this integration of Khalti and NTC’s data pack service? Is it a worthy option? We would love to get your comments.