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Whether you have to work from home, shop your essentials online or pay your utility bills, having reliable internet access all the time is one of the important aspects of life today.

As the lockdown period extends, the adaption of work from home by the companies and online classes by the colleges has made us realize how important it is to be able to instantly connect to the rest of the world in just a few minutes.

But to be able to enjoy the 24/7 internet accessibility, it is very important to pay your bills on time for uninterrupted smooth internet service.

Well now, the good news is that the  Virtual Network users can relax and not worry about missing the due date as they can easily pay for Virtual Network online via Khalti. So, say goodbye to the traditional methods of payment and make your habit of paying your bills online with Khalti. All you need is a computer, a tablet or a smartphone with an internet connection, and you are ready.

If you are still unsure how to make payment of Virtual network bills online via Khalti, then worry not, all you need to do is create a Khalti account and follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Signup and Login to Khalti from Khalti App or Web Dashboard using Khalti.com

Step 2: Tap on “Internet” icon on the home screen and select “Virtual Network”

Step 3: Enter your Virtual Network’s username and the amount you need to pay

Step 4: Select an option for the payment and tap on “submit” to proceed.

Step 5: Confirm the details. Your payment will be successful after you click on ‘OK’ and you will get cashback instantly.    (Cashback is only available for wallet payment).

Now, without any worry, you can enjoy the Virtual network’s uninterrupted Internet service while spending your days at home. Also, you can get a downloadable transaction receipt from the transaction section in the Khalti app.

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