Nepal 's telecommunication network has increased over the years significantly, with the number of telephone users (both fixed and mobile phone) reaching 40,789,198 subscribers as of 14 May 2019. Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) is the regulatory body of telecommunications in the country.
- 798,704 (May 2019)
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- 39,988,752 (May 2019)
- 139.32 (May 2019)
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Nepal and India share an open border with free movement of people, religious, cultural and marital ties. India is Nepal's largest trading partner, which it depends upon for all of its oil and gas, and a number of essential goods. Nepalis can own property in India, while Indians are free to live and work in Nepal.
Telephone numbers are entered or dialed by a calling party on the originating telephone set, which transmits the sequence of digits in the process of signaling to a telephone exchange. The exchange completes the call either to another locally connected subscriber or via the PSTN to the called party.
Although in 2011 only about 9.0% percent of Nepal 's population used the Internet, use of the Internet in Nepal is growing rapidly. As of July 2021, 90.56% of the population has access to the Internet according to Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA). Internet penetration stands at 90.56 percent of the population and that of fixed broadband ...
There are 58 rural municipalities in Gandaki Province spread in 11 districts. Chumanuwri is the largest rural municipality with an area of 1,648.65 square kilometres (636.55 sq mi), while Annapurna (Kaski) is the smallest rural municipality with an area of 33.33 square kilometres (12.87 sq mi). Badigad is the most populous rural municipality ...