Are you using the Nepal Telecom Post-paid Service? Are you well informed about GSM Postpaid Billing System? Let’s get to know together.
There are two billing processes adapted for the Mobile service by Nepal Telecom, Nepal Telecom Postpaid service and Nepal Telecom Prepaid Service. What’s the difference? In Prepaid billing system, the balance for service is calculated and deducted from your main balance after each call.
In the postpaid billing system, after each call, the service charges are recorded as Unbilled Amount and the bill is prepared at the end of every month (Normally on 15th of every English months e.g, December 15th). You can pay your bill then. Convenience, isn’t it?
Nepal Telecom Post-paid service: Rental Charge
Postpaid Mobile users need to pay the minimum monthly rental charges to Nepal Telecom for using the service. The amount needs to be paid, whether the users use the facilities less than the service charge or not. However, for the users with Corporate Usage Group offers or similar other offers provided by the company, the amount may differ.
Since the postpaid users use much more services and facilities beforehand, these type of provisions is made from a long way back, which are still effectively in use. Now, the company has brought a special provision that the rental charge can also be used to purchase the postpaid pack or make phone calls without purchasing pack, send SMS or use mobile data service.
In recent times, the offers provided by Nepal Telecom for different voice packs and data packs have been increased. When Postpaid users use these services, the charges other than the rental charges are deducted. Due to cheaper rates of voice and data packs, postpaid users may not have given much attention to the use of the rental charges.
Nepal Telecom Post-paid service: Are you confused with billing?
GSM Post-Paid users often get confused for the billing of the postpaid service and rental charges. The billings are settled at the end of every month (or 15th of English months). Although the amount less than the rental charges have been used, users must pay the bill with Rs. 383.07 added to it.
For an instance, If a postpaid user only uses Rs. 100 in a month, Bill is calculated for the full Rs. 383.07. Now, users often get confused ‘Where has my Rs. 283.07 gone?’ The billing for the postpaid service has been the same way from long time ago, but because of the recent availability of cheaper rates of data and voice packs, Users often get confused.
Let’s get to know more. If Nepal Telecom post-paid service users uses pack/plan worth Rs. 200. He/she should pay Rs. 583.07, where Rs. 200 is for Pack/plan and Rs.383.07 is for rental charge. Let’s suppose the users have Rs. 400 on their phone at the 14th of the English month, then users should pay for Rs. 183.07 for Rs.583.07 after 400 has been deducted from the balance.
Nepal Telecom Post-paid service: Let’s settle the confusion
After the above illustration too, many of us are still confused, right? Let’s try and settle the confusion.
Nepal Telecom has felt its high time to address the confusion, and has been providing the ‘Post-paid Pack’. Since the post-paid users can now use the rental charges for the purchase of the pack, there is a small room for confusion. Using the ‘pack’ provided by the company, users can now call inside or outside the network, send SMS or use mobile data.
How to Purchase the Postpaid Pack?
To purchase the post-paid pack in your post-paid mobile, Dial *1415*2# and choose the pack appropriate to you.
To know about the billings of the post-paid mobile, dial *400#.
The amount of billing money remained to settle with the company for using the service by the users is called ‘Due Amount‘. Availability Credit refers to the amount of money which can be used by the customer to purchase the service.
The bills amount can also be checked and viewed from the website https://gsmbl.ntc.net.np or from the app ‘Nepal Telecom’. Using the company app, you can also check the records of bill (detail bills) through the ‘usage history’ for the last five days.
Some of the other benefits of the Nepal Telecom Post-paid service includes:
- Friends and family services
- Special CUG packages
- Roaming services
- International Voice Roaming
- International Data Roaming
- Roaming packages
Let’s have a final say. Using the Nepal Telecom post-paid service, you can call at the cheaper rate (Rs. 0.55 per minute off-peak hour and Re.1 per minute peak hour with a pulse of 10sec) and now when you can also use the ‘rental charge’ for data, voice packs, the GSM Nepal Telecom Post-Paid service has become more exciting, groomed and attractive. The sim only costs Rs.500 and available at the local retailers, Are you getting one?
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