Nepal Telecom (NTC) has launched FTTH fiber internet service at far western Mahendrangar of Kanchanpur. The FTTH (Fiber to the home) can provide high-speed internet and high-quality telephone. Find more information on the FTTH launch, capacity, and availability below.
The FTTH service is launched at a program on Bhadra 16, 2076 in Mahendranagar. Ntc inaugurates the FTTH service with a call from regional director Mr. Namakar Neupane to MD Mr. Dilli Ram Adhikari.
In the call, Mr. Neupane briefed the capacity and the future plan along with the distribution of the FTTH service to Ntc MD. Mr. Adhikari also expressed his delight on the initiation of the new service.
They also distributed the CPE (customer premises equipment)/modem to the new customers.
The current capacity of two FDC (Fiber Distribution Cabinet) installed at Mahendranagar is 1024 FTTH lines. With which, 768 FTTH lines can be distributed instantly. The service is available along the Mahendranagar Market Street from number 1 to number 4. They also have a plan to set up 7 more FDC in the urban areas, to increase the capacity as per the demand of people.
Nepal Telecom currently has two plans under the FTTH service, namely individual pack and Corporate user pack. The least price of 8 Mbps unlimited internet service for an annum is Rs 8000. The new FTTH customer will also get one CPE and 100-meter fiber cable for free. Here are the more details of the latest FTTH packs.
FTTH (Fiber to the home) uses optical fiber to connect Ntc’s office to the customer premises. It can provide triple-play services like voice, high-speed internet, and Video service. The current ADSL subscribers can also upgrade or migrate their current internet service to the latest FTTH technology.
Among the several services, Nepal Telecom has centered all of its focus on FTTH and 4G. FTTH fiber internet, one of the latest technology is a home broadband solution whereas 4G is a mobile broadband solution. With the proliferation of such services, the broadband penetration in Nepal has taken a huge leap.
Let us know which technology do you prefer for the home broadband solution?