On both NTC and Ncell SIM cards, you can now get stock market details on your mobile phone.
Users of the Ncell network already had access to this service, but now NTC users would have access to stock market alerts on their devices as well.
Merolagani.com will now send NTC users all stock market-related information via SMS.
NTC users can receive all the latest stock market details on their cell phones, including IPO issuances, FPOs, Mutual Funds, Debentures, and more.
They will also be informed about NEPSE fluctuations, trading firms, benefit and loss-bearing companies, and other relevant information.
Merolagani.com introduced this SMS service to provide comfort to investors who may be experiencing internet problems or do not have access to the internet. Those with a broadband link, on the other hand, can use this service for free when on the go.
There are occasions when your internet connection fails, expires, or you fly to a location where there is no internet at all. In such cases, SMS service will prove to be a useful means of receiving stock market updates through a mobile network.
By dialing *31051#, NTC customers can unlock the Share Market (Merolagani) SMS service. On your phone, you can listen to both SMS updates and podcasts. For SMS and podcast services, you must pay NRs. 20 each. Podcasts will be available for stock market and trading news and debate.
The SMS service will be available for one week, but you can refresh it using the same dialing methods after it has expired.
By dialing *17174# on their Ncell SIM, users can activate this SMS service. The cost of this service for a week is NRs. 26. In the same way, you can get a three-day service for only NRs.
If you’re an investor, the SMS service can be used in conjunction with an online news channel to keep you informed about stock market developments. You won’t miss any new stock market announcements if you have both SMS and podcasts service over your mobile network.
Are you looking forward to NTC’s new Share Market Data SMS service? What are your requests or desires from SMS and podcast services? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
This article has been sourced from NepaliTelecom.com.