Nepal Telecom (Ntc) has requested copper-based internet customers to migrate to fiber-based services. Releasing a notice, the telco urged its voice and internet service subscribers to migrate to advanced NT Fiber service.
Ntc Provincial Directorate Kathmandu issued the notice with a plea for users to shift to new technology. The company has been expanding its Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) service. In the meantime, it’s also replacing the dated Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) service. Consistent with this, the company officially released the statement urging those still on traditional setups to upgrade to next-generation fiber services. If you are also on the traditional copper-line service, follow the post to learn how to upgrade your ADSL service to NT Fiber.
NTC forsakes Copper and requests customers to upgrade to Fiber-based services
Triple Play is the company’s service through a single fiber line that brings voice, data, and IPTV services. It has become one of the factors driving the telco’s fledging internet service to new gains in recent months. Traditional ADSL connection only offers basic browsing speed while Ntc’s fiber services are more reliable, and advanced and provide high-speed broadband service. Plus, they come with voice and data services to make it more thorough for the customers.
As most ISPs today offer fiber optics-based services, it’s only logical that Ntc is also shunning its dated service in favor of highly reliable connectivity. As per an NTA report, the company serves a strong base of 1 lakh, 97 thousand, 1 hundred, and 14 unique fiber internet subscribers.
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