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Nepal SIM card & Nepal roaming: Nepal  receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country

Currency: Nepalese rupee * Capital: Kathmandu *  Population: 29,593,654 * Calling code+977


Traveling to Nepal?

Forget about roaming costs, forget about the hours spent desperately looking for free Wi-Fi connections.
1 GB for Nepal SIM Card for €9.90 
This SIM card is reusable and can be recharged for any of 140+ countries in next 6 months. No matter if your next travel is ni Asia, Europe or America.
No contracts. No commitments. Reusable.
You can choose between next daily data packages: 1 day, 3, 5, 7, 10, 20 or 30 days.They are all Unlimited – 500MB daily high speed data usage, thereafter unlimited restricted speed data usage.

Nepal roaming

Local SIM Cards: Currently, in 2019, there are five major mobile phone providers in Nepal .
All SIM cards are registered in Nepal at the point of purchase. So you have to go to an outlet of the operator and show your passport. They will take a photo of you and copy your passport there.
If you purchase via Alertify, your SIM card can be shipped to the hotel or AIRbnb or even to your home before departure.
Our solution last longer than any local SIM card: You don’t need to buy new SIM Cards every single time you enter a different country. And every solution is unique and created for your needs.
For an long-term solution for your business needs, for your peace of mind, for 4G Speed…
AND to save up to 85% on International Roaming Charges contact Alertify

Nepal Covid-19 restrictions:

Plans to Reopen Soon For Tourism

Nepal will be reopening its borders for international tourism on September 1st, 2020 as the blanket ban ends and international flights resume.

Update: Recent reports say this date could now be delayed by 3o days. 

The Nepalese government made the surprise announcement that all international and domestic flights would resume on August 17 but has since been rescheduled for September 1st.. The move comes just before the start of the autumn trekking season from September to November, which typically draws a third of the 1.2 million overseas tourists who visit Nepal on an annual basis.

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