Jun 20, 2024

Nepal Telecom ends copper-based services in Patan and Saibu and transitions to FTTH

Nepal Telecom ends copper-based services in Patan and Saibu and transitions to FTTH

KATHMANDU:Nepal Telecom has upgraded PSTN and ADSL services from old copper technology to FTTH (Fiber to the Home) networks using current fiber technology.

Nepal Telecom has upgraded its PSTN and ADSL services to the FTTH network in Patan and Saibu, Lalitpur.

Sangeeta Pahadi, Managing Director of NTC, announced the closure of the copper technology service during a ceremony in Patan on Friday. She described the transformation of copper technology into current fiber technology as the company's progress.

Customers can use FTTH technology to access telephone, high-speed Internet, and television services with HD quality sound via NT fiber.

While the capacity of the old Jrack exchange of copper technology is around 36 thousand, the capacity of the OLT currently connected to the FTTH network in the Patan office is 53 thousand 400, and the active customer base exceeds 20 thousand. Similarly, Saibu has more than 3,000 consumers.

Nepal Telecom continues to replace old copper technology throughout the country.

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