Nepal Telecom urges swift transition to fiber technology, ceases copper wire services

KATHMANDU: Nepal Telecom (NTC) has issued a crucial announcement urging its valued customers to promptly upgrade their landline telephone services from traditional copper wires to the modern fiber technology. The telecom giant has declared the discontinuation of services reliant on copper wires effective March 31.

The Telecommunication Office of NTC situated in Balambu has released directives mandating the upgrade of Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) services within its jurisdiction. The office has placed particular emphasis on the migration to the advanced Fiber to the Home (FTTH) technology for enhanced service quality and efficiency.

In specific regions encompassing Thankot, Checkpost, Nepal Oil Corporation, Cable Car, Panighat, Banasthali, and Mahadevsthan, NTC has directed customers to transition from copper-based services to fiber technology. This strategic move aligns with NTC’s commitment to modernizing its infrastructure and delivering cutting-edge telecommunications solutions to its clientele.

NTC’s initiative underscores the broader industry trend towards fiber-optic networks, known for their superior performance, reliability, and bandwidth capabilities. Customers are encouraged to embrace this technological evolution to ensure uninterrupted and enhanced communication services.

With the deadline approaching, NTC emphasizes the importance of timely action to facilitate a seamless transition for its customers. By embracing fiber technology, NTC aims to elevate the telecommunication experience, catering to the evolving needs of its diverse customer base.

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Monday March 25, 2024, 12:58:35 PM |

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