Worldlink, the leading Internet service provider in Nepal has launched an attractive internet, TV package called “Tahalka Offer”. The company would like to call it a revolutionary plan as the offer aims to expand the accessibility of the affordable internet and TV to more people. Let’s find the details of the Worldlink Tahalka internet offer, price, and details below.
What’s in Worldlink Tahalka offer?
The Tahalka offer brings 200+ TV channels (with NetTV) and 10 Mbps internet speed at just Rs 799 per month. This monthly internet subscription is the cheapest among all ISPs in Nepal.
Though it comes affordable, you have to subscribe to 12 months package at just Rs 9,588. But there is a catch for the cheapest option, that suits a certain target group having a lesser number of internet users at home. Yes, you can only use the internet with 3 devices at a time.
To restrict more internet usage, they have also prohibited connection with LAN cable. So, you can only use the internet over Wifi. This has been done to curb internet sharing with other families or individuals.
The installation charge for this Tahalka offer is free whereas you need to pay for the router rental (Rs 500), drop wire charge (Rs 500), and a refundable deposit of Rs 500. Similarly, for the NetTV subscription, you need to pay for the Primary STB (Set-Top Box) at Rs 500 and a refundable deposit (for TV) of Rs 500.
So, the total price of Worldlink Tahalka offer for a year becomes Rs 12,088.
In the case of a TV subscription in this Tahalka offer, Worldlink provides NetTV standard package to a single TV. Due to the NetTV, you can watch YouTube videos over the IPTV platform itself which is very much helpful for non-smart TV users.
Similarly, you can subscribe to any other premium packages in NetTV with Cine+ for thousands of movies on your TV.
Worldlink also provides internet packages of 30Mbps, 40 Mbps, and 60 Mbps for individual homes, which are available from the 1-month subscription. Find all of the Worldlink Internet package’s price, along with the one-time setup charge and more details.
As known, the tahalka package is meant for remote households where internet usage is quite low. Worldlink tries to compete with the likes of Nepal Telecom FTTH which also comes with the same price of Rs 800 but that is separate from the TV service subscription.
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