NTC Upgrades ADSL Speed To 5 Mbps 

NTC upgrades ADSL speed to 5 Mbps. It is because of the demand of their ADSL subscribers.NTC has also provided ADSL recharge data bonus.

People were suffering from the slow internet speed problem in ADSL. So, NTC has decided to solve the problem of customers suffering from poor speed significantly. The new ADSL speed comes into effect from Magh 25, 2074.

ADSL Speed 5 Mbps increase is the most significant update since its introduction. The social media usage, multimedia like video streaming and download will be very smooth with the upgrade of NTC ADSL. ADSL speed is always dependent on the distance of the copper wire from NTC office to Customers premises. So, the 5 Mbps speed increase may not affect some customers far from the NTC office or having bad link quality.

NTC has put the cache server for various applications like Google, Facebook, YouTube. NTC is also upgrading the capacity of those servers for those applications to realize the bandwidth demand.The private ISPs have also provided the unlimited speed bandwidth due to use of those cache servers.

It is a worldwide trend to put the most popular website and high bandwidth content in operator’s cache server. With that, operators can save the costly internet bandwidth and provide additional services at high speed using optimization.

The data bonus will be available for the customer’s registered GSM or CDMA mobile. On recharge of Rs 200 in ADSL, customers will get 30 MB all time pack and 60 MB night data pack in their mobile. Similarly, for recharge of Rs 500 in ADSL, customers will get 80 MB all time pack and 160 MB night data packs in their mobile. And lastly, Rs 1000 ADSL recharge will provide mobile data bonus of 175 MB all time pack and 350 MB night data pack. Here is a table for the data bonus from ADSL recharge.

ADSL Recharge Amount (NRs.) All-Time Data (MB) Night Data(MB)
200 30 60
500 80 160
1000 175 350

 

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