Sourced from: NepaliTelecom.com.
DishHome is launching a 200Mbps fiber internet service for homes. The offer will be sent as soon as the preparations are finished, according to the company.
After CG Net’s spectacular 120Mbps cheap bundle, Nepal’s ISPs are in a pricing war. DishHome, to its credit, is preparing a counterattack of its own. The 200Mbps fiber proposal, which is backed by Prabhu TV’s recent merger, could aid the company’s market expansion in the coming days.
Sudip Acharya, Managing Director of DishHome, stated during a press conference that all preparations for the 200Mbps FTTH solution have been completed, adding that this offer will be available for both residential and business use.
He stated that DishHome’s next package will include 150-200Mbps for consumers with various bandwidth requirements and will be available at a reasonable price. DishHome fiber internet packages are currently available in speeds of 30, 40, 60, and 100 Mbps.
DishHome would import its internet capacity from an Indian company, according to the Managing Director. This could also signal the end of DishHome’s reliance on Ncell for bandwidth.
Aggressive DishHome Strategies
Its confidence in embarking on its next adventure as an ISP has been bolstered by its merger with Prabhu TV. In addition, DishHome will issue a 2.4 million IPO next fiscal year to fund its service growth initiatives.
DishHome launched its fiber internet service in Kathmandu last year in order to give a better home option, and it has since expanded throughout Nepal and beyond. It recently made waves when it announced a low-cost 25Mbps fiber internet plan for just Rs.233. However, the promotion was only available to current DishHome customers. Furthermore, the cost-effective FTTH technology was only available to DishHome customers with the Lifestyle HD Package.
In Nepal’s increasingly competitive ISP industry, 200Mbps will be its proper statement. This FTTH plan will be offered in a variety of price ranges for both home and business use.
Within the Kathmandu valley, DishHome fiber internet offers 90 percent coverage, and outside the valley, it is available in Hetauda, Itahari, and Inaruwa. By the end of 2021, it hopes to have the fiber solution in place in major cities.
Competing ISPs are feeling the heat after CG wrecked havoc in Kathmandu with an unprecedented 120Mbps fiber internet launch for just Rs.999. Existing Internet Service Providers must now respond correspondingly in order to persuade their consumer base. Look into: Nepal’s Best Internet Service Providers
With the rapid development of its inexpensive services across the country, DishHome is poised for long-term success. With its wide selection of reasonable packages, it appears probable that it will quickly become a significant ISP. For the time being, we will have to wait and see how Nepal’s main ISPs respond to the increasing demand for their packages from their own customers. Let’s wait and see what happens.
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