Subisu has begun a 150 Mbps internet package. This is the fastest internet speed in Nepal yet toppling CG Net’s 120 Mbps package. The internet war is now growing into full swing.
Subisu‘s record-breaking 150 Mbps fiber internet is available for twenty-eight thousand and three hundred and eighteen (Rs. 28,318). This includes Rs. 1769 for STB and Rs. 26,549 on recurring costs. This amounts to Rs. 2,360 per month. Besides, Subisu is providing a 5G router for free under the twelve months plan.
Meanwhile, customers also have an option for a six months subscription which will total Rs. 17,079. This includes Rs. 13,540 for recurring charges, Rs. 2,212 for STB (Set Top Box), and an additional Rs. 1,327 for a 5G router.
Under both packages, Subisu customers can bring 4 IPTV solutions home. Notice: Currently, Subisu’s tent pole 150 Mbps internet offering is available in Kathmandu only. In addition, the package is only available under Dual Play Service.
Internet War Intensifying
Since CG Net’s thrilling debut with 120 Mbps, Nepal’s ISPs have been launching their own cost-efficient package to counter the possible threat from the debutant ISP. Dish Home has already offered a 25 Mbps FTTH package for just Rs. 233 per month to its LifeStyle HD subscribers. The DTH/ISP has also announced plans for the jaw-dropping 200 Mbps internet plan.
Meanwhile, Worldlink has also improvised its yearly offers to keep its user base intact. Now, Subisu has upped the ante with its own 150 Mbps juggernaut. So far, this remains the fastest speed internet available.
As we expected, the tantalizing effect of CG Net is felt among every ISP and they are upping their game to stay relevant. This competitive environment will eventually benefit the users with better quality internet at a lower cost. In the end, lower internet prices will help us narrow the digital divide and realize a digital Nepal goal of the government.