Ncell, the leading mobile operator in Nepal, is set to introduce a new campaign for the subscribers of Lumbini and Rapti Zone*. The new campaign, which has been named “Regional International Incoming Call Bonus” or “Call aayo bonus paayo” (in Nepali) will be launched two days from now, on June 05, 2013.
Here’s something new and interesting that you might not have heard of before.
As the title says, you need to add at least 100 friends to a Facebook group and you’ll get mobile balance for free. For every 100 members that you add to the group, you get Rs. 10 balance transferred to your Ncell or NTC mobile (Prepaid only.)
Just wanted to give you guys a quick heads-up, Ncell, the leading mobile operator in Nepal seems to have enabled the Email to SMS service for free. It used to cost about Rs. 30 per month earlier to activate this service. But, now it’s completely free and you don’t need to do anything to activate the service, it’s already activated on all Ncell mobile numbers.
I had tried this method some time back to recharge my NTC number and it had worked flawlessly. So, I’ve decided to write a review or a walk-through, whatever you may like to call it, for the likes of you who don’t know about this service.
By following this tutorial, you will be able to receive Facebook notifications as SMS on your mobile phone.
Have you run out of the balance and are in dire need of mobile balance just to make an emergency call?
“It is obviously a scam”. It’s normal of you to think that way. After all, who would believe that the balance of a network from Nepal can be recharged online? I, myself, was confused whether it’s a scam or not. Nonetheless, I gave it a try and I was amazed to find out that it really works!