Sourced from: NepaliTelecom.com.
The FTTH service from Nepal Telecom is now accessible in 101 local levels throughout 52 districts. The service now has around 150K customers across the country.
The state-owned telecom operator has accelerated its FTTH deployment and begun replacing its aging ADSL service with high-speed fiber internet service. According to the telco, before the COVID-19 lockout, new customers grew by an average of 500. However, the restrictions have not deterred the public from establishing the next-generation fiber network. Despite the lockout, Nepal Telecom continues to add at least 50 FTTH users every day. During the epidemic time, NTC added the most fiber customers.
According to Nepal Telecom data, 1 lakh 48 thousand 714 consumers have connected NTC’s Fiber to the Home plan thus far.
In Bagmati Province, the telecom provider has the most FTTH subscribers, while Karnali has the fewest. The number of FTTH subscribers in each province is broken down in the table below.
|S.N.||Provinces||Ntc FTTH subscribers|
|2||Province No. 2||7,241|
|Total FTTH Subscribers||1,48,714|
NTC’s FTTH, which uses optical fiber, provides high-speed and dependable connections to satisfy today’s bandwidth demands. Furthermore, Fiber enables NTC to broaden its variety of consumer offerings.
Nepal Telecom has launched a Triple Play service in Kathmandu, which combines phone calls, IPTV, and internet access over a single cable. This TV service is being rolled out across the country.