Free Voice Service
Free Voice Service

1st June 2021, Kathmandu

The second wave of Corona has hit us very badly. The situation is very devasted.  HealthWorkers are engaged in their duty day and night. They are not even paying attention to their own health. They are serving the patients and the nations, too, in such a hard time.

Considering the situation and the sacrifice done by the health workers, Nepal telecom gives free voice service to health workers.

The free voice call service provided by Nepal Telecom to the health workers employed in the treatment of corona infections has become very popular.

The number of one-month free voice call services provided by the telco to the health workers, including doctors, nurses, and pharmacists who are mostly employed in corona infection, has exceeded 38,000.

The number of health workers participating in the scheme is encouraging.

So far, more than 38,000 health workers have been involved. The number of connections has increased rapidly.

Nepal Telecom has made the ‘Thank You Health Worker’ offer available on Telecom’s postpaid and prepaid SIMs. After joining this offer, you can use your mobile number for one month to provide free service within Nepal Telecom’s network at any time.

“If we have to help someone now, we have to help the manpower in the health sector,” said the Managing director. He also said, ” Unless the health sector is motivated, the epidemic cannot be fought. They are the front line soldiers.”

It is a tough time for everyone, so everyone should help the health workers from their place. Telecom also said that it had helped them in terms of corporate companies.

Nurses, doctors, or health workers working in the health sector have a lot of contacts. Many health workers have to use many phones for patient counseling.

It is possible to give counseling in contact rather than finding the disease.

The doctors have received a lot of relief from the free voice call facility.

Telecom collaborates with health institutions, including Nepal Medical Council and Nursing Council, to provide this service. Based on their recommendations, health workers can get free voice call service.

This offer can be availed after the councils related to health have made the official letter with the list of health workers and mobile number on their letterhead to Nepal Telecom.

Health workers who do not have a Telecom SIM card in their name will have to provide the new SIM card to Nepal Telecom by mentioning the name and details of the health worker in the official letter pad of the concerned council.

According to the rules, the form filled for the new SIM based on the identity card of the concerned council of health workers can be filled, and the free SIM can be obtained immediately from the nearest counter of Nepal Telecom.

The Nepal Medical Council has set up a website. By filling that form, the council makes it available to Nepal Telecom. Only then will Nepal Telecom provide the service.

This is how Health workers Take advantages of this:

Telecom has informed that this offer will be made available only to the health workers in their own name. You can find out the name of the Namaste SIM you are using by dialing * 922 #.

Health workers registered with the Nepal Health Practitioners Council will have to click here: Click Here and send their name, registration number, email, mobile number, and other details.

Nurses registered with the Nepal Nursing Council will have to click here: Click Here and fill in their name, email, registration number, mobile number, and other details.

Similarly, pharmacists registered with the Nepal Pharmacy Council will have to click here:  Click Here and fill in their name, citizenship number, registration number, photo, address, phone number, and other details.

Doctors registered with the Nepal Medical Council should Click Here to fill in the details, including their name, NMC number, and mobile number.

After that, the concerned councils will provide free voice call to Nepal Telecom for one month after providing the letter with the mobile number of the health worker on their letterhead to Nepal Telecom.


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