Nepal Telecom launches EVDO WiFi Router

Nepal Telecom launches EVDO WiFi Router - DoorsancharGood news for those suffering from load shedding problem and not being able to surf internet for 10 hours a day. Nepal Telecom (NT) has launched wifi router under a campaign named Sajilo internet Data Package. The router can be operated at power cut hour also and the subscribers can enjoy high internet speed of above 3 Mbps with EVDO service.

Maximum of 8 users can surf internet at a time using CDMA 3G service after configuring the device with Ruim card. The cost of the device is fixed based on the backup capability of the router. It costs around Rs. 5500 for normal usage router. Customers can get Ruim card along with 3 GB data package with the purchase of the wifi router under which the data package has validity of 3 months.

The costs (without taxes)  and validity of data package under the scheme:

Data Volume                              Cost (Rs.)                               Validity  

10 GB                                          2,400                                        2 Months

5 GB                                             1,700                                         2 Months

2 GB                                             760                                           2 Months

500 MB                                        200                                            1 Month

24 MB                                          130                                           15 Days

The above packages can be subscribed by sending sms to 1415.

About Abhinaya Ghimire

Abhinaya Ghimire is a tech savvy person who loves keeping information about ICT and media. Graduated from Kathmandu University in Bachelor of Media Stuides, he is equally involved in making short films, documentaries and also has his own photo blog www.abhieg.wordpress.com

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