Nepal Telecom (NTC) is the country’s largest telecom provider, offering a wide range of services. As the service spectrum expands, more effort is needed to address customers’ requests for information and concerns. Nepal Telecom has given many inquiry numbers for people to contact the company directly. These numbers can be obtained free of charge from any Ntc number for the convenience of customers.
Here is a list of free phone numbers to dial in order to inquire about services in Nepal Telecom.
|S.N.||Ntc inquiry number||Services|
|1||191||Customer care and Inquiry service for GSM, CDMA, and WiMAX|
|2||197||PSTN landline phone Inquiry service|
|3||198||Fixed lines (Landline, ADSL, Leased Line, VSAT phone, FTTH services)|
|4||1498||Mobile and WiMAX|
More info on NTC Inquiry Numbers
- You can get information about wireless services such as GSM, CDMA, and WiMAX by dialing 191. Select 1 for GSM, 2 for CDMA, and 3 for Wimax after dialing 191. You may then inquire about the service or file a complaint.
- Nepal Telecom has a 197-year-old inquiry operation. You will use it to find the landline phone number of any company or organization. It is Nepal Telecom’s call-based yellow pages service. As discussed here, you can also get the phone numbers of individuals or organizations from their portal.
- Nepal Telecom dedicates a special number, 198, for fixed-line service, where the machine picks up a call and you can dial a particular number to get the appropriate service. IVR technology is the common name for the device. After dialing 198, press 1 to report a phone problem, 2 to report an ADSL problem, 3 to report a VSAT problem, 4 to report a FTTH fiber internet problem, and 5 to report a leased line problem. The number of the respective service for maintenance must then be entered into the system in order for the work to begin.
- Finally, for wireless networks such as GSM, CDMA, and WiMAX, the inquiry and complaint number is 1498. To learn more about the wireless service, call this number and speak with a representative.
Both calls to these numbers are completely free of charge. Similarly, you can contact Nepal Telecom via Chatbot and social media profiles.
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This article has been sourced from NepaliTelecom.com.