Jumla connected with 4G internet service

Khalanga / Jan 8: Nepal Telecom (NT), Jumla branch has launched the 4G internet in the district.

The service is primarily targeted at the district headquarters Khalanga.

The service was launched in the district with the help of three towers, said NT, Jumla branch office chief Ramchandra Shrestha. One tower is based within the office, the second has been installed on a cliff above Acharyabada and the third is placed at Bharatibada.

The service has further strengthened the speed of internet which can be enjoyed by staying homes. It is expected to strengthen the information flow system here by ensuring people’s access to information from home and abroad.

Three wards: 3, 4 and 5 under the Guthichaur rural municipality have presently access to the latest version of internet provided by the NT and ward offices here are making its use for its official activities.

It is equally beneficial for mobile data users, office chief Shrestha said.

Earlier, the Jumla folks were using the 2G and 3G versions of internet, according to a local Nara Rawat. RSS

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