DTH provider Dish Home has launched a 25 Mbps broadband plan for just Rs.11,500 on annual renewal. This highly affordable plan reflects the company’s aggressive pricing strategy to get ahead among the competing ISPs in Nepal.
Dish Home has launched yet another and perhaps its most affordable broadband solution for budget customers. Having launched back to a back cost-friendly plan, the DTH turned ISP has launched another eye-catching plan. Targetting budget-service seeking customers Dish Home has launched a 25 Mbps broadband plan which it has set conveniently for just Rs.11,500 on annual renewals.
The plan also brings with it a free IPTV feature for its new subscribers.
Although a new entry into the ISP sphere, Dish Home has shown tenacity and fortitude to spearhead its FiberNet business. Launching back-to-back affordable fiber broadband solutions, the company has begun to make its mark in the country.
Having launched its Fiber broadband service in 202, it is currently maximizing the coverage across the nation. The company has set sights on completing nationwide reach in trade centers by the end of this year. To attract new customers, it has bundled DTH, IPTV, and fiber internet together for effective marketing and growth. This resembles NTC’s own strategy of Triple Play which has catapulted the state-telco as the fastest evolving ISP currently in Nepal.
Ramesh Sapkota, Dish Home GM says the subscribers under this offer will receive antenna, STB, fiber router, and etc all for free.