|Headquarters||Nakkhu, Lalitpur, Nepal|
|Products||Cellular network, broadband|
|NPR 91.195 billion (2014)|
|NPR 41.932 billion (2014)|
|Total assets||NPR 500.324 billion (2014)|
|Total equity||NPR 300.586 billion (2014)|
Number of employees
|Slogan||Ncell ... Here for Nepal|
Ncell is a government owned GSM(3G)mobile operator in Nepal. It is the first private company to operate GSM services in telecommunications sector of Nepal with the brand name “MERO MOBILE”, which was re-branded as Ncell in March 12, 2010. It broke the monopoly held by the then state-owned, now public telecommunication company, Nepal Telecom by building a new arena in cellular telephony services. The company is now owned in 80% by Swedish/Finnish TeliaSonera Holdings. Ncell is the largest ISP in Nepal with a subscriber base of more than 1.9 million users. Ncell had 10 million mobile subscribers in early 2013.
|Network Name (Post-paid GSM Mobile)||Ncell (429-02^Ncell)|
|Network Name (Pre-paid GSM Mobile)||Ncell (429-02^Ncell)|
|Technology||GSM 900+ (GPRS, EDGE), (UMTS (HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA, HSPA+, DC-HSPA+), 2G, 5G, 3G, Broadband, satellite phone, WiFi Networks, Radar, Roaming, GPS, LAN, WLAN, Location, Wireless, Enthranet, Ethernet, Internet|
|Network Status||Active and Live : Now|
Other business initiatives
- "Schedule-1, Unaudited Financial Reports Q4" (PDF). Finance Department, Nepal Telecom.
- Nepal Telecom - 8th Anniversary Souvenir
- Mero Mobile rebranding as Ncell – TechSansar.com
- "Telia Sonera acquires Ncell". Telia Sonera. Retrieved April 1, 2012.
- "Nepal Broadband Plan" (PDF). Retrieved December 22, 2012.
- "Ncell becomes largest ISP in Nepal". Retrieved November 1, 2012.