Worldlink launches Dashain offer with double internet speed
Internet service provider WorldLink has unveiled an attractive offer on the occasion of Vijaya Dashami.
The company has upgraded and modified earlier packages with double speed internet at the same price.
In the company’s festival offer, users will get a 40 Mbps speed internet package for Rs 1,100 per month, including a free NetTV package.
For this, the user will have to subscribe a 12-month package. However, customers who want a six-month subscription will also be able to participate in the Dashain offer.
The price of the 6-month package brought by the company after a long time has been kept at Rs 7,900. Customers who subscribe this package will have to pay Rs 1,317 per month for 40 Mbps internet with NetTV service.
Similarly, the company has also brought a 60 Mbps internet package with two NetTVs account at a monthly subscription of Rs 1,200 for customers who subscribe for an annual package. Customers who purchase the same package for a period of six months will have to pay Rs 1,434 per month.
The newly launched 80 Mbps and 100 Mbps internet packages will be available at the earlier price of 40 Mbps and 50 Mbps internet packages respectively. Accordingly, when a user subscribes for the annual package, one can get 80 Mbps internet package including two NetTVs for only Rs. 1400 per month.
Similarly, a 100 Mbps internet package with three NetTVs will cost only Rs 1,600 per month. The company has stated that this Dashain offer will be applicable even for a six-month subscription of 80 Mbps and 100 Mbps internet packages.
According to the company, a 6-month subscription of 80 Mbps with two NetTVs will cost Rs 10,100 and a 100 Mbps subscription with three NetTVs will cost Rs 11,500 for the same period.
The company has said that it will provide free connection and services and facilities worth around Rs 20,000 as a festive gift to the customers who purchase any annual package.
The festive gift package comprises of NetTV subscription, set top box, dual band router, fiber cable, Wi-Fi roaming and NetTV Prime (OTT) subscription.