Nepal Gets New Internet Service From China Ending India’s Monopoly


Nepal will get internet service from China ending India’s monopoly. Government of Nepal and China agreed upon the deal when The then Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli visited China in March 2016.  All the works have been completed and now the service might start from August first week.

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20 Km laying optical fibre to Nepal-China border point Rasuwagadi from Kathmandu via Galchhi of Dhading district and Dhunche of Rasuwa district had been completed long ago from Nepal side. The work was delayed for a month by Chinese side due to avalanches which killed one worker. Both the country will be optically connected through the Jilong (Rasuwa) border gateway.

Many social networking sites and google are banned in China but Nepal will not suffer from this as it will also be connected to bandwidth in Hong Kong via Chine Telecom GLobal (CTG). Talking to Republica English daily   Shobhan Adhikari, a deputy spokesperson for the Nepal Telecom (NT) said “With Chinese companies entering the Nepali market, users here will be able to enjoy Internet at lower rates,”

Nepal was totally dependent on India on internet for long time which was connected through three southern cities Biratnagar, Birgunj and Bhairawa.

 

Great stuff !!!!

 

 

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