NepalR17;s largest internet service provider, Worldlink Communications Pvt Ltd., has announced an unparalleled bid for the coming New Year 2078. Harsha Ko Naya Barsha is the company’s name for the discounted internet and TV subscription. They recently set up a free WiFi hotspot near Shey-Phoksundo Lake. Find out more about the deal and the packages available below.
“As the New Year is a time for celebration, we want our new and old customers to enjoy high-speed internet with maximum discounts on commonly charged services,” says Dilip Agarwal, Chairman of WorldLink Communication.
“We are actively striving for the satisfaction of our valued customers,” he said. As a result of this knowledge, we’ve set up over 10,000 hotspots across Nepal, allowing customers to stay connected even when they’re not at home. This New Year will bring exciting new content and services for our valued customers, allowing us to make their lives easier and more enjoyable.”
Offers from Harsha Ko Naya Barsha deal
For their clients, the company has introduced a new product. People who sign up for a 12-month package of 20, 40, or 80 Mbps will get a discount of up to 62 percent on all yearly internet and TV packages.
This 12-month deal is available even if you only take one of the 20, 40, or 80 Mbps packages. Customers can get a free 12-month subscription to NetTV. Along with this deal, there is a three-month Net TV Prime package that includes movie viewing.
For the best WiFi experience, the ISP can also have a free dual-band router. Furthermore, the setup box, installation link, wiring charges, YouTube, and other content will be provided at no cost.
Worldlink also offers 30-, 40-, and 60-Mbps broadband packages, all of which are available with a one-month subscription. If you’re interested in learning more about Worldlink’s other Internet packages, check out all of the Worldlink Internet Packages, Offers with Prices, and more details.
So, what are your thoughts on Worldlink’s New Year 2078 offer? Are you enticed by the ISP’s offer? In the comments section below, let us know what you think about this bid.
This article has been sourced from NepaliTelecom.com.