Nepal’s leading internet service provider WorldLink Communications has marked its glorious 27th anniversary. Turning 28, the company has witnessed its evolution from a humble beginning to becoming the dominant market leader in the past 27 years.
The company has also reached 7 lakh unique users which is another milestone for the company which further reinforces its dominance in the internet market in Nepal.
WorldLink started its service in 1995 AD for email service. The company later launched dial-up Internet in 1997 AD and started cable internet service in 2003. It started the high-flying Fiber to the Home (FTTH) service in 2014.
The ISP has now expanded its services to 73 districts across the country. The company has played a key role in promoting digital inclusion and facilitating digital transformation.
It is also the first ISP in Nepal to partner with Akamai to set up the core content delivery network.
WorldLink reaches 7 lakh subscribers
Due to its lead in high-quality services and continuous addition of advanced and innovative features, WorldLink has always stood ahead. At the moment, the company has amassed 7 lakh subscribers. This translates to a possible thirty lakh users connected to its high-speed fiber broadband network.
Besides commercial service, WorldLink has also soundly contributed to its service differentiation. The company is providing free WiFi hotspots at 30 thousand different crowded locations to ensure people can get internet access on the go. Besides, it has also invested heavily in different sectors with its array of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
WorldLink currently has 55 hundred employees serving diligently to keep its services optimum for all users.
On the occasion of its 27th anniversary, WorldLink Director Manoj Agrawal said, “WorldLink has an essential contribution to the development of the digital infrastructure in Nepal. The company has played a key role in developing infrastructures for communication services.”
We at Nepalitelecom.com also extend our heartfelt congratulations to WorldLink on its remarkable 27 years of service and wish the company to reach more milestones and continue to promote digital transformation in the country.
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