Kathmandu city to launch free wifi service at heritage sites

Officials of Kathmandu Metropolitan City and WorldLink sign an agreement to provide free wifi service at various heritage sites of the city, in Kathmandu, on Sunday, April 1, 2018.

Kathmandu, April 1

Kathmandu Metropolitan City says it will launch the free wifi service at various heritage sites of Kathmandu including Hanumandhoka Durba Square, Pashupatinath area, Swayambhunath Stupa, Bauddhanath Stupa, Balaju and Shankhapark.

The KMC and internet service provider WorldLink signed an agreement to launch the service today. KMC Mayor Bidya Sundar Shakya and the company’s director Bijaya Kumar Jalan signed the contract.

The company will provide free wifi service on its own expenses within next two months now.

A person can get the free internet connection for 30 minutes a day for free at these places.

The company says 10 mbps bandwidth will be given to each place on the basis of the number of minimum visitors at the place.

There will be 11 access points at Pashupati, four at Bauddha, two at Shankhapark, seven at Balaju Baisdhara Park, five at Swayambhu and nine at Basantapur.


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