Ncell gives 10 crore to Government for COVID-19 plus introduces new offers

Coronavirus is undoubtedly the most terrifying thing we have ever come across. As it has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), it has caused the death of 17,260 globally (at the time of writing). The lockdown in Nepal has already begun. Staying quarantine during this time period, washing hands constantly and avoiding minimal contact with anyone is the best possible way to stay safe. Following this pandemic, many services are up for help to the people. For instance, Scribd is giving unlimited access to read your favorite books all for free. Plus Samsung is offering free sanitization of your device across the world. And now, Ncell is here with #CoronaMathiJeet #StaySafe offer.

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The new offer from Ncell allows users to transfer a balance with zero service charges. You can transfer balance free of charge up to twenty times a day. The maximum amount is Rs 500 per transaction which means you can transfer a total of Rs 10,000 in a single day. Using this service you can transfer the amount and stay connected with your beloved ones.

To transfer amount follow the instructions given below,

*17122*(Number you want to transfer)*(amount)#

  • For example, *17122*9812345678*500#

You can easily transfer the amount using Ncell as well. Ncell has given Nepal Government 10 crore for Coronavirus Infection Prevention as well.

ncell gives 10 crore to nepal government covid-19

Enjoy the Ncell free balance transfer offer. Stay with your family members. Do not go out unless there’s an emergency. Wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, put on a mask, eat healthily and stay safe everyone. If you want more information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) Nepal please read,‘Coronavirus Total Cases and New update in Nepal‘. Here we have listed all the details about the Coronavirus situation in Nepal. You can get the information from the listed application as well. Not only of Nepal you can get the global data as well.


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