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DishHome Launches FiberNet Service in Butwal, And Bardibas

DishHome has launched its FiberNet service in two more cities Butwal, and Bardibas. The company is planning on expanding its Fiber Net service to all major cities by the end of 2021.

The leading DTH provider kickstarted its Fiber intrnet service last year from Kathmandu. Now, it is rapidly widening the service around the trade centers. The evolving company has plans to take its broadband to all major cities by the end of 2021. DishHome has also strengthened itself after a recent merger with Prabhu TV and now boasts more customer base and service potential.

Over the last few weeks, DishHome has successively introduced compelling fiberNet packages to draw in more customers. Recently, it launched an economic 25 Mbps internet plan to DishHome customers with the Lifestyle HD TV package. Again, in its bold move to contest CG Net’s 120 Mbps, DishHome has announced plans for a mind-boggling 200 Mbps FTTH package. Although for now, the residents of Butwal, Bardibas, and Biratnagar will have the privilege of 30, 40, 60, and 100 Mbps fiber packages.

Check out: Dish Home Internet Packages, Price and Availability

Where Will Dish Home FiberNet Be Available there?

In Butawal, Dish Home’s fiberNet service will be available in Siddababa Chowk, Golpark, Jyotinagar, Lakshminagar, Aadarshanagar, Traffic Chowk, Hospital Line among other places.

In Bardibas, the residents of Sunaulo Basti, Bardibas Sindhulti Road, Paani Tanki, among other areas will be able to install Dish Home’s fiber net service. The company is solely focused on expanding its coverage in more cities soon.

Dish Home is also launching an record setting 200 Mbps internet package soon. Meanwhile, existing DishHome users with the Lifestyle HD TV package can also grab an incredibly cost-effective fiber net of 25 Mbps for just Rs. 233.

Where do you think DishHome rests in the ongoing price war among the ISPs in Nepal? Given that it has plans for the record 200 Mbps could even disrupt the market soon. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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