Free Wi-Fi at 14,000 places in Worldlink
Internet service provider Worldlink Communications has expanded public WiFi to 14,000 places in the country.
According to the company’s social responsibility program, the company’s CEO Keshav Prasad Nepal informed that free internet is being provided in public places across the country.
The company claims that one out of every three internet users in Nepal use Worldlink internet.
According to the company, 45 percent of the total bandwidth of the Internet introduced in Nepal has been used.
Worldlink’s Internet has reached 73 districts of Nepal even in the most remote area of Karnali. World Link is the third largest telecommunication company in Nepal.
The CEO of the company claimed that Nepal is capable of providing internet services like Kathmandu in Jumla as well. He said, ‘We have provided internet for Kathmandu in Jumla as well.’ According to him, 1,000 users of Worldlink have reached Jumla.
Meanwhile, WorldLink has also become the largest taxpayer in the ICT sector. This company also got the honor of 10th largest VAT contributor in 079/80. About 5 thousand people have got employment in it.
He claimed that there is no risk of hacking or being used by anyone else as the data of users using the internet on free Wi-Fi is kept safe.
More than 251,000 people are using free public WiFi every day. The company is providing free Wi-Fi in places where people gather, such as temples, hospitals, bus parks, cafes, and restaurants.
Worldlink Communications has received investment from the British government’s Cici Group and the Dolma Foundation. Also, the company has claimed to create employment for 1000 people across the country within a year.
Worldlink has been providing internet, IPTV and data connectivity services to corporate customers.
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