Sourced from: NepaliTelecom.com.
Dish Home, which is well-known for providing reliable television coverage across the country, recently began offering internet access. Dish Home had expanded its service after obtaining legal license to operate as an internet service provider, with the goal of achieving financial success. Users of DishHome FiberNet can now purchase a 25Mbps unlimited internet package for Rs 233 per month. This is as low as it gets, and if you’re looking for a low-cost way to connect your household to the internet, this could be the deal for you. Continue reading to learn more about this deal.
The Dish Home Cheapest Internet Offer Has a Catch
Dish Home’s enticingly low-cost internet package comes with a few caveats. This offer is only accessible to premium DishHome customers.
According to Ramesh Sapkota, DishHome’s General Manager, the 25Mbps fiber net, which costs just Rs.233, is only available to individuals who have DishHome installed in their homes. Customers must also have a Lifestyle HD Bundle subscription to be eligible for the extra-affordable internet package, according to him.
If you are not a DishHome client, you will not be able to take advantage of this bundle. You can, however, become a new client and sign up for the Lifestyle HD package to obtain access to this low-cost internet service.
“The Lifestyle HD Package costs Rs. 600,” the General Manager continued. Customers who purchase this plan can upgrade to the next-generation fiber net service for an additional Rs. 233.”
The Lifestyle HD Bundle is DishHome’s most expensive package, and it includes all of the company’s HD and SD channels.
DishHome is Expanding Fiber Coverage
The major DTH operator DishHome, which began its fiber net service in Kathmandu last year, has now expanded its coverage to encompass 90 percent of the city.
Hetauda, Itahari, and Inaruwa are also served by DishHome’s fiber network. According to the GM, the service will be expanded to all major cities by the end of the year.
Pressure Mounting On ISPs
The launch of CG Net, which offers a benchmark package of 120Mbps at Rs.999, has made headlines around the world. CG Net’s aggressive price range is currently generating a lot of acclaim, adulation, and curiosity on social media.
Many people have spoken out about how incumbent ISPs have taken advantage of them with their prices. ISPs have been put under a lot of pressure by the Chaudhary Group. Pressure is building on them to respond with proportionate deals of their own to pacify their disgruntled consumer base.
Calls for cheaper internet pricing have resonated for a long time, but they have gone unheeded. To justify their internet package pricing, ISPs have mostly pointed to the government’s tax policies. However, CG Net’s low-cost fiber network option has raised a lot of doubts among incumbent ISPs, as well as moral concerns.
DishHome has responded quickly with the most reasonable price for its customers, and it is likely to encourage other ISPs to follow suit.
It’s past time for ISPs to respond to customer issues with persistence and flexibility. CG has demonstrated that a high bandwidth bundle at a lower cost is conceivable, and ISPs should reconsider their own pricing policies.
Overall, the price war has begun, and it will ultimately benefit customers by providing better service at a reduced cost. Let’s hope that other ISPs will soon provide similar information to Nepali clients.
What are your thoughts on DishHome’s fiber-optic internet package? Even with the Lifestyle HD Package, the pricing remains reasonable. Will you be eager to participate in this? Please share your thoughts in the comments box below.