NTC (Nepal Telecom) FTTH has arrived in the Bardiya district. People in Bardiya’s headquarters, Gulariya will now have an option to access NTC’s FTTH fiber internet.
FTTH is an abbreviation for Fiber to the Home technology that is fiber-based broadband. This is currently the fastest fixed-line internet solution in the world.
The service kicked off to the communication between CDO of Bardiya, Santa Bahadur Sunar, and Nepal Telecom’s Managing Director Dilliram Adhikari over FTTH.
Several key figures were present at the FTTH inauguration. NTC Nepalgunj Deputy Manager Niraj Neupane, Information Officer Muktinath Gyawali, and Gulariya Branch Chief Jitraj Shrestha graced the event. Besides, the Treasurer for Federation of Nepali Journalists Lumbini Province, Yam Ghimire, Ward Chief Niraj Sharma, and senior Journalist Kamal Panthi also attended the event.
As per NTA’s MIS report, the government telco has 138,241 telephone subscribers over FTTH. Meanwhile, 641,876 are utilizing the standard FTTH service.
NTC has announced that it is celebrating the current FY 078/78 as FTTH expansion year. So far, it has extended the fiber coverage over 60 districts.
NTC FTTH Gaining Approval
NTC’s FTTH service is becoming popular with each passing month. The much-touted Triple Play feature has enabled NTC to compete with private ISPs for broadband connection. NTC’s fiber internet plan also comes with a large data cap (FUP) which adds another to choose it among the alternatives.
Besides, the unique Triple Play feature has played a pivotal role in uplifting NTC’s FTTH service. Coming with telephony, fiber internet, and IP TV over the single fiber cable has sparked curiosity about where is available. For those seeking a budget-friendly yet highly effective service to grab it all, NTC’s FTTH will be a de-facto option for many.
Affordable prices and commendable download speeds have made NTC’s fiber internet a popular choice these days. Currently, there are 25/40/880 Mbps packages available with 1/3/12 months renewal options for normal users. Under premium categories, 50/80/100 Mbps plans are available with the same renewal options.
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