NEPAL TELECOM to introduce it’s own social network site





Facebook, Twitter, Skype, viber are some of the most used social networks at present. Many users in Nepal are also using these platforms. According to the officials, NEPAL TELECOM , which is Nepal Government –owned telecommunication service provider is also planning to launch it’s own social network site within the first week of March which is integrating the all the facilities of facebook,twitter , skype and viber.

NepalTelecom is busy testing the new social network site internally. The previously proposed name to the site was “Chautari” however, it is not decided yet what the name will be.

Guna Keshari Pradhan, spokesperson of Nepal Telecom said, “The social network will have more facilities than Facebook and it will be very appropriate for Nepalis.”

Nepali users will be able to use this social networking site for a number of purposes including making friends,chatting, generating group messages , making internet protocol calls ,uploading and sharing photos and videos, sharing status and comments and more.

Source: NDTV.com, neoalitelecom.com

New update:

Government-owned telecommunication service provider Nepal Telecom will introduce a new social network site within the first week of March, officials said.
Nepal Telecom has been currently testing the new social network internally at a time when the social networks like Facebook and Twitter are making revolution worldwide.
“The social site will have all facilities as in Facebook while it will also have Skype, group message and Viber facility among others,” Anoop Ranjan, managing director of Nepal Telecom, told Xinhua Wednesday, adding that the preparations to launch the social network were at the final stage.
However, Nepal Telecom is yet to name its site. Even though the social network was previously named “Chautari”, it decided to find some other name which can help promote its brand.
“The social network will have more facilities than Facebook and it will be very appropriate for Nepalis,” Guna Keshari Pradhan, spokesperson of Nepal Telecom, said.
With the introduction of the new social network, Nepali users can use it for a number of purposes including making friends, chatting, generating group messages, making internet protocol calls, uploading and sharing photos and videos, writing status and comments, among others.
The new social network aims at benefiting one million users which will be later increased to 10 million people. Nepal Telecom has invested around Nepali Rs.900 million so far to construct the social network site.

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