Leading DTH/ISP Dish Home is set to announce a 300 Mbps fiber internet plan. The company says its broadband package will come at a cost-friendly range and has proceeded for approval by NTA.
The company had previously announced its plan for a 200 Mbps broadband package following CG Net’s bombshell 120 Mbs residential package. However, the internet speed war is in full swing and Dish Home seems to have inflated its premium plan to compete with major ISPs with the more appealing number.
Dish Home General Manager Ramesh Sapkota says the company will launch its flagship FiberNet plan for a very affordable price. He also informed that it has already submitted an application for Service Charge permission from telecom regulator NTA. This indicates that the company’s cheap internet offering is imminent.
Dish Home is following the explosive ISP war by introducing mega Mbps plans with new WiFi technologies. The company is introducing its own high-end fiber broadband plan with a Mesh WiFi system.
Collaborating with Huawei, Dish Home has already announced that it is bringing WiFi 6 to the Nepali market. The next-gen WiFi standard aka 802.11ax is a solid complement for high-speed broadband. It brings more throughput capacity, signal strength, and better data transmission across multiple devices.
Besides, the DTH/ISP has launched Campus WiFi for better connectivity in crowded areas such as malls, schools, and malls.
Currently, Dish Home has a very diverse range of internet plans such as 10/15/25/40/60/80/100 Mbps for 1/3/6/12 months subscription.
Where does Dish Home’s 300 Mbps internet plan stand in the current #internetspeedwar in Nepal? Does it stand appealing or will fall back in the frenzy created by other ISPs? Do offer your views in the comments below.