CG Telecom, a subsidiary of the Chaudhary Group, has begun final preparations to launch internet service in the month of Baisakh (April/May).
With the aim of aggressively taking over the market, the company is currently developing its infrastructure to provide FTTH internet service in Kathmandu. The company had planned to begin operations on Baisakh 1, but all of the required technical work had not yet been done, according to the company.
In the beginning, the required infrastructure is being put in place to carry fiber internet to some parts of Kathmandu. The business claims to provide high-speed internet at a low cost.
Aside from that, the company has begun the procurement of required equipment and components, such as point-to-point fiber connections, OLTs (optical line terminals), and routers.
CG changed its attention to Internet services after struggling to secure a single license to operate mobile and basic telecommunications services.
The Telecommunication Authority of Nepal (TAN) has already granted the company Network Service Provider and Internet Service Provider licenses, allowing it to import bandwidth and provide internet services.