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Ntc reduces the price of leased line service, while increasing the speed

Ntc has reduced the price of leased line service, effective from Kartik 1, 2076. Previously the minimum bandwidth available in Ntc was 512 Kbps but now Ntc has made the least bandwidth available for the leased line to be at 2 Mbps.

A leased-line is a telecom service provided by the operator for some dedicated bandwidth/speed. This is mostly used by businesses or organization which need high-speed internet access throughout their operation.

It is beneficial for banks, financial institutions, Educational institutes, Libraries and more. Leased line service could also be a nice choice for growing startups, online service providers, Cybercafe (if it exists) for the dedicated bandwidth required for seamless internet access. Previously, it used to be in the range of 100s of Kbps but now it ranges in tens of Mbps.

Cost of leased line

The price of 1 Mbps to 10 Mbps leased line service was Rs 4200 per Mbps but now the cost of 2 Mbps to 20 Mbps internet leased line is Rs 2500 per Mbps. Similarly, the cost of 11 Mbps to 100 Mbps was Rs 400 but now 21 Mbps to 50 Mbps will cost Rs 2300 per Mbps. Moreover, 51 Mbps to 100 Mbps internet leased line will cost Rs 2100 per Mbps.

The internet leased line of more than 100 Mbps speed used to cost Rs 3800 per Mbps which now reduces to Rs 1900 per Mbps.

NTC keeps the same price of Intranet leased line service. NTC says they maintain the same high-speed bandwidth in uplink and downlink, for 24 hours. This sort of dedicated high-speed internet access helps to foster the growth of any organization which needs such a connection for their operation.

To take the leased line service of Ntc, you need to visit the nearest Ntc office, fill an application form for your required speed and you will soon get the service.

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