Recharge Cards Replaced By Online Recharge
Recharge Cards: The Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers have directed all the telecom companies to close the Kathmandu valley and then the country’s recharge card of the country and to recharge the electricity system through the system.
‘The facility of the recharge card to provide the services of the telecom companies to their customers, will be made in the first phase from Kathmandu on September 5 through the electricity system in the city including electricity system and to extend this arrangement in every place of the country respectively.
The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary, Secretaries of the Prime Minister, representatives of Nepal Telecom, Representative of Ncell, representatives of Telecom Authority. The meeting also directed mobile phone service providers to distribute the recharge card to their customers within the month of the month. The company has also directed telecom companies to launch similar card disposal campaigns.
The government has decided to replace the recharge card which increasing pollution. The Prime Minister has directed the telecom companies to telecommunication companies by displacement of the recharge card through the electronic system.
Officer bearers of the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, Nepal Telecom, Nepal Telecommunication Authority, Ncell, together with chiefs and agents of all other telecom service providers and tobacco manufacturers were within the assembly.
Recharge Cards Will No Longer After
In a bid to decrease the number of employed recharge cards from the roads, Purushottam Khanal, acting chairman of the Nepal Telecommunication Authority, said the authority will substitute recharge cards using an electronic type of repayment, giving more significance to cellular wallets. “Currently, Nepal Telecom and Ncell use 25 percent and 15% of their electronic medium respectively to recharge telephones,” said Khanal.
“To make this initiative more successful, we’re planning to raise using this electronic medium rather than recharge cards to recharge cell phones from July 17,” he added.
Individuals are purchasing recharge cards since it’s readily available in stores. If the government gives priority to the electronic medium to transport equilibrium, the tendency of purchasing recharge cards at the stores will probably come down.
Khanal said the power is also likely to deliver a unique offer for clients to recharge mobile phones through pocket.
Currently, e-Sewa, Khalti, IMEpay, Qpay, Enet Payment and also some different banks give mobile wallet solutions to transport equilibrium.
“We will establish a strategy which will provide some incentive to people to accumulate utilized cards that are used,” he explained. “I feel this strategy will dissuade people from throwing utilized recharge cards around the streets in open spaces”