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January 8th, 2011


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HelloNepal is different from other calling-card services in many ways, including the way you call. Log in, buy calling credit and start calling Nepal like never before!


Please log in to buy
HelloNepal credit.

You have not logged in yet. Please proceed to log in using Facebook Connect or by using Rangeen Chara login page before using HelloNepal.

How does this work?

  • Log in to Rangeen Chara
  • Purchase calling credit if you haven’t done so. $4.75 gives 60 minutes to Kathmandu landline and 47 mins to mobile!
  • Add phone number(s) you will use to make calls for PIN less dialing using the form below. For web-calls or calls from unregistered phones, you will need PIN code.
  • To Call Using Your Phone: just dial (1)(567)248-0071 and follow voice prompts. Dial only the 8 or 10 digits Nepal number eg. Kathmandu: 14371XXX, Pokhara: 61430XXX ; Biratnagar: 21530XXX ; Butwal : 71540XXX ; Mobile : 98412XXXXX and so on.
  • For web call: Click on the widget on the right pane and follow instructions. Dial destination number as described above.
  • You can view your call history by clicking on links at the bottom of this page.
  • No account maintenance fee, no connection charges, no expiry dates

Hello Nepal


Note: We are now offering this service to all destinations in Nepal, both landline and mobile phones.
Also, when asked for the destination number, dial 8 digits for landline and 10 digits for mobile. You do not need to dial country code. Examples Kathmandu: 14371XXX, Pokhara: 61430XXX ; Biratnagar: 21530XXX ; Butwal : 71540XXX and so on.
When using webphone, use headset for better audio quality.

  1. October 1st, 2010 at 08:27 | #1

    I like this credit card, but now I am in East Timor country and I don’t have credit card. So, how can I get it. Either It can be purchased in nepal or it can be done by other credit card. hope to reply soon.

  2. September 23rd, 2010 at 12:08 | #2

    i am out of nepal, how can i get credit card.

  3. April 9th, 2010 at 23:39 | #3

    @irashmi We do not currently offer local numbers. We will offer it as our user base expands.

  4. April 4th, 2010 at 08:08 | #4

    i have quick question! The (567)248-0071 is not a toll free number right! I wish I had a local alias of this number, so I wouldn’t have to worry about making call to long distance number from work.

  5. April 4th, 2010 at 08:04 | #5

    Hello Nepal has been working awesome!! Now it gets connected to Mobile phones as well. It has given me phone credit for every cent!! It is awesome!

  6. March 25th, 2010 at 20:03 | #6

    @nabin_421
    I find things to be working fine. Are you still facing problems?

  7. March 25th, 2010 at 03:28 | #7

    and also my sound devices are well functioning

  8. March 25th, 2010 at 03:28 | #8

    i am again not able to connect. by clicking on the widget it shows no any voice response.

  9. March 23rd, 2010 at 19:41 | #9

    @nabin_421
    How are you dialing to the number 15672480071 (from US or other country)? I and many others have been making calls by calling the above number without any problem. Please let us know what error you get upon dialing the number. As far as connection to Nepal is concerned, we have been trying our best to get the best route. At times, you will need to retry a couple of times to get successfully connected.

    We highly appreciate your feedback and would do our best to provide you best calling experience.

  10. March 23rd, 2010 at 11:43 | #10

    why it is not possible to connect through a phone? i mean why it is just possible, that is only sometimes, to connect through web call and is impossible to make call through land line dialling the number given?
    and what happened the last few hours the website was not working?

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