When any body in Nepal Talks About ISP in Nepal Then, Worldlink Communication Comes at First.
Worldlink Communications is one of the most common providers of Internet services in Nepal, and arguably the biggest. The success of the Worldlink Internet in Nepal has been driven by its state-of-the-art network operating the finest fiber backbone.
WorldLink is Nepal’s leading Internet and Network Service Provider and one of the most successful IT businesses. Created in September 1995 by its current Chairman and Ceo, Dileep Agrawal, with the goal of providing Internet and IT services, WorldLink commenced by providing store-and-forward e-mail services over a dial-up connection to the US Internet.
The Continuous attempts to expand forced the organization through Teleglobe International to launch complete Internet service over a dedicated leased-line to the Internet backbone in the US. WorldLink linked to the Internet through a direct satellite uplink from its own VSAT terminal in 1997 until June 2008, after two years of this operation, thereby fully bypassing Nepal Telecommunications Corporation.
WorldLink has been the most important name in Nepal’s IT business over the last 25 years. The company’s mission of delivering access to everyone was joined by the CDC Group, the infrastructure finance institution in the UK.
CDC actually holds 10 percent of the overall share of the firm. WorldLink has expanded its services to Nepal’s rural areas and to isolated villages. WorldLink works to make use of the internet for the under-privileged people who live in rural areas, thus bridging the great gap between the linked and the unconnected.
WorldLink has become a success story, commonly seen in the Silicon Valley, for example. In the tiny Himalayan country of Nepal, it has improved its foundations in the general IT market. For a long time now, it has fulfilled its function of being a role model for IT startups. It provides more workers in the industry and tends to make the economy of the world stronger.
In recognition of WorldLink’s overall contribution, Nepal’s government has invited WorldLink to be part of the IT taskforce, such as the National IT Infrastructure Development Committee, in appreciation of WorldLink’s overall commitment and to contribute to IT development in the region.
Pricing and Plans
|Speed (Mbps)||Tahalka 10 Mbps||30 Mbps||40 Mbps||60 Mbps|
|Wifi Restricted to 3 devices only||Monthly Rental (Rs)|
|1 Month||N/A||Rs. 1550/-||Rs. 1850/-||Rs. 2200/-|
|3 Months||N/A||Rs. 4500/-||Rs. 5450/-||Rs. 6450/-|
|12 Months||Rs. 9,588/-||Rs. 15000/-||Rs. 17500/-||Rs. 22000/-|
|Free Connections||1 TV||1 TV||2 TV||3 TV|
One Time Internet Set-Up Charge
|Months||Tahalka 10 Mbps||30 Mbps||40 Mbps||60 Mbps|
|Wifi Restricted to 3 devices only||Single Band Router||Dual Band Router||Single Band Router||Dual Band Router||Single Band Router||Dual Band Router|
|1 Month||N/A||Rs. 2,500/-||Rs. 4,000/-||Rs. 2,500/-||Rs. 3,500/-||Rs. 2,500/-||Rs. 2,500/-|
|3 Months||N/A||Rs. 2,000/-||Rs. 3,500/-||Rs. 2,000/-||Rs. 2,000/-||Rs. 2,000/-||Rs. 2,000/-|
|12 Months||Rs. 500/- (Router Rental)||Rs. 1,000/-||Rs. 2,000/-||Rs. 1,000/-||Rs. 1,000/-||Rs. 1,000/-||Rs. 1,000/-|
|1 Month||3 Months||12 Months||Tahalka 10 Mbps
|Drop Wire Charge||500||500||500||500|
One Time NETTV Set-Up Charges
|NETTV||1 Month||3 Months||12 Months||Tahalka 10 Mbps
|Primary STB (Activation Charge)||Rs. 3000/-||Rs. 2500/-||Rs. 1500/-||Rs. 500/-|
|Refundable Deposit||Rs. 500/-||Rs. 500/-||Rs. 500/-||Rs. 500/-|
|Secondary STB (Activation Charge)||Rs. 2000/-||Rs. 2000/-||Rs. 2000/-||N/A|
|Refundable Deposit||Rs. 500/-||Rs. 500/-||Rs. 500/-||N/A|