Ncell penalised for launching services without permission
Kathmandu, June 4
Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has penalised non-public telecom Ncell for working worth added providers (VAS) with out its consent.
A latest assembly of the board of NTA determined to penalise Ncell with Rs 500,000 for working VAS like ‘Love Detector’ and ‘Magic Voice’ with out approval from NTA and in addition slapped one other advantageous of Rs 500,000 for working promotional provides throughout Valentine’s Day and Maha Shivaratri with the identical offence.
Ncell had launched these schemes in 2018. Though NTA had began probe into this problem two years again and sought clarification from Ncell then, the choice to penalise Ncell with fines was made on Monday.
“It’s true that the problem is kind of outdated. However, as the corporate was discovered responsible, the choice was made to penalise it,” knowledgeable Min Prasad Aryal, spokesperson for NTA.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on June 5, 2020, of The Himalayan Times.