Fast-growing internet service provider Techminds Network has announced its affordable ‘Super Sasto’ internet package of 40 Mbps for just Rs.777 per month. The company says the plan also comes with a TV subscription.
The ISP rolled out the package to provide complete internet service at a price-friendly range.
Techminds says its cheapest internet package comes with 40 Mbps speed for Rs.777 (excl. of VAT) per month. The package also brings a digital TV subscription for your home entertainment.
In addition, the company says it won’t claim any hidden charges in the cheap package. If you subscribe to the plan, you will get a free installation service.
Techminds Super Sasto package cost and availability
The package brings you a free router and a set-top box for the TV connection. You only need to pay Rs.1,500 in deposit.
You can also subscribe to the package on an annual basis. For this, the package will cost you Rs.10,500 in total.
Techminds Super Sasto Package
Total (excl. of VAT)
The ISP provides FTTH (fiber) plans for residential and corporate subscribers. The company is presently offering 40 Mbps, 70 Mbps, and 100 Mbps internet packages. Techminds internet services are available from Jhapa to Kanchanpur covering most parts of Nepal.
After the speed war, the ISPs have started focusing on cheaper costs. But, this time we have noticed newer or lesser expanded companies try to grab headlines. Recently, WiFi Nepal began its cheapest internet plan for just Rs.330.
At the same time, market leaders WorldLink, Classic Tech, and Vianet have all brought their cheaper versions of packages. But, these packages drop TV subscriptions.
So what makes Techminds 40 Mbps package a dealmaker? Because, unlike others, Techminds has launched its Super Sasto internet package with a TV subscription. This is the ISP’s differentiator of service.
Techminds Network is a fast-growing internet service provider in Nepal. As per NTA, the Chitwan-based company has a base of around 9 thousand unique subscribers.
What is your take on ISPs finally stressing price than speed on internet packages? But do you believe TV-less packages from most of them make them less appealing? You can also tell us what you think of Techmind’s Super Sasto plan that comes with a TV subscription in the comments below.