How to subscribe to The Kathmandu PostIf you haven't subscribed to The Kathmandu Post, now is a great chance to read the paper, in both print and online, for only Rs.1,700.
Kantipur Publications, the parent company of The Kathmandu Post and Kantipur Daily, has launched the third season of 'Kantipur Ko Karodpati', a subscription scheme for the company’s English and Nepali national publications. At the end of the five month-campaign, one subscriber will win Rs10 million. The winner’s name will be declared through a lucky draw that will be broadcast live on Kantipur Television.
If you are already a subscriber, we thank you for your readership. You can still participate in the new offer by extending your subscription.
If you haven't subscribed to The Kathmandu Post, now is a great chance to read the paper, in both print and online, for only Rs.1,700.
This year we've made it even easier for readers to become annual subscribers. Here is how you can subscribe to us:
— On your mobile (for NTC users only), type SUB[space]
— You can also call us in the following numbers:
Toll-Free No.: 1660 01 22222 (NTC), 9801572222 (Ncell)
Kathmandu: Shishir Raj Pandey 9841166784, Ram Krishna Ghimire 9851098944
Chitwan: Shanker Neupane 9856044140
Pokhara: Rajesh Poudel 9856025885
Nepalgunj: Ashok Shrestha 9858030677
Biratnagar: Anuj Lal Karna 9852028123
— You can also buy subscriptions through online payment systems. Use your mobile banking app or eSewa app and scan the barcode below (barcode on the right for Kathmandu Post), confirm the payment details and make an easy payment. You will hear from us within 24 hours.