Leading DTH/ISP Dish Home announced its 300 Mbps fiber internet plan under the Mega-Fi package. The offer comes as part of the company’s take on the internet speed war in Nepal and suffices all needs for its subscribers.
The company had previously announced a 200 Mbps broadband plan after CG Net’s bombshell 120 Mbs residential package. However, the internet speed war is in full swing and Dish Home arrived with the 300 Mbps plan as a lite plan to the 600 Mbps premium offering.
The 300 Mbps plans come at an affordable cost and have followed NTA’s act before commercial rollout. The company has acquired the service charge approval so it won’t face any possible obstacles from the telecom authority. This is important because previously NTA had ruled major ISP’s premium plans unauthorized for not complying with the Act.
Dish Home launched the 300 Mbps plan under the Mega-Fi plan with the next-generation WiFi 6 technology. With WiFi 6 and Mesh setup, users will get an unprecedented WiFi performance across multiple devices with the support of Gigabits of transmission. And it comes at an affordable cost too.
The 300 Mbps plan comes with 4 renewal options -1, 3, 6, and 12 months subscription. If you buy a monthly plan, you will get it for Rs.1,799 a month. For 3 and 6 months, it will cost you Rs.5,199 and Rs.10,999 respectively. You can also buy the package for 12 months for which you will need to pay Rs.19,999.
Dish Home 300 Mbps plan cost
Subscription Charges (1 month)
Subscription Charges (3 months)
Subscription Charges (6 months)
Subscription Charges (12 months)
As for installation, Dish Home’s 300 Mbps plan costs Rs.3,500 for one month plan. the 3 and 6 months plan cost Rs.3000 and Rs.2,500 respectively. If you subscribe to a yearly plan, the installation will be free for you.
Dish Home also offers a very diverse range of internet plans such as 10/15/25/40/60/80/100 Mbps for 1/3/6/12 months subscription. to know all about Dish Home’s internet packages, click here.
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.