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Sunday, 8 March 2020

Ncell Reduced Data Rate

Mobile service provider Ncell has reduced the cost of mobile data.
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 The company has been subtracting the value of regular Internet data (without packing) since Sunday as a bonus package.


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As per the plan, customers of the company pay 'pay as you go' (internet without data package) users will get extra bonus when using internet from main balance. The company's users have been charged Rs 2 per MB when the data is being consumed or packaged. Now, all the mobile internet users will be able to avail the data services from the main balance at a cheaper price, after receiving the bonus at such expense.

The offer is aimed at customers who use the data service from Maine Balance and who do not have any pack facility, the company said. The more the main balance for data services being spent on an offer, the more the data service charges will be reduced.

Customers will immediately receive bonus data based on the balance amount they spend while operating the data service from Main Balance. There will be a 7-day timeframe for receiving such data bonuses. Customers will receive 5 MB 5 bonus data from this balance at a cost of Rs.

If the customer spends 1 rupees for data service from the main balance then immediately he will get 1 MB as data bonus. Similarly, spending 5 rupees balance will get 1 MB, while spending 100 rupees will get 1 MB data. The offer will run weekly from Sunday to Saturday.

The company said the company plans to ensure that its customers have access to data services at an affordable rate from the main balance. However, company has also made it clear that getting a data pack is the best option for using data services at an affordable rate.
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