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Vianet's New Branch Now In Parwanipur and Simra!

8th August 2022
"In Nepal, Vianet Communication Ltd. is renowned for offering high-speed internet and television services for both business and personal use."

In Nepal, Vianet Communication Ltd. is renowned for offering high-speed internet and television services for both business and personal use.

It has added new branches in Parwanipur and Simra in Bara while extending its services.

The people of Parwanipur and Simra will now also benefit from the schemes of Vianet which conducts various schemes for its customers from time to time.

Recently, through plans like Vianet's Ultra-Fi, customers can enjoy ViaTV with more than 175 channels along with high-quality internet at affordable prices.

In this context, to share the joy of service expansion in Parwanipur and Simra, the company has made available a free opening offer of up to 4 months in its UltraFi package.

In addition to this service, the customer will also get free internet, WiFi device, and primary set-up-box installation of ViaTV.This facility has been brought by the company for a limited period.

Vianet Simra Service Center has been opened on the first floor of Simra Business Center, similarly Parwanipur Service Center has been opened near Niradhan Microfinance on Parwanipur highway.

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Compiled by : Ankita Acharya Ankita Acharya

Nepal's first Fiber Optics Internet (FTTH) by Vianet

18th March 2021
"Vianet’s FTTH internet Connection is affordable to all and provides reliable and consistent services to their clientele."

Vianet was the first ISP to introduce FTTH in Nepal. FTTH is the latest technology in communication in which data is transferred via light source and has an unlimited bandwidth capacity compared to other current technologies like ADSL and Coaxial Cable.

It uses optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop used for last mile telecommunications. Fiber optic cables can carry much more data than copper cables, especially over long distances. 

Vianet’s FTTH internet connection is affordable to all and provides reliable and consistent services to their clientele.

FiberNet for SoHo and corporate users and FiberHome for home users Vianet’s signature products. Let's look at the features of these products.

> FiberNet

  • 100% End to End Fiber Optics Internet Service

  • Dedicated Speed (No Sharing Ratio)

  • Dedicated Support team 24X7

  • Compatible with CCTV

  • Unlimited speeds for YouTube HD Video Streaming, Google, Akamai and Local Contents

  • Data Top-up feature

  • Uninterrupted Service during LOAD SHEDDING


> Fiber Home

  • 100% End-to-End Fiber Optics Internet

  • Dedicated Speeds ( No Sharing Ratio )

  • Unlimited Speeds for YouTube HD Video Streaming, Google, Akamai and Local Contents

  • Extra Data for quarterly and yearly subscriptions

  • FTTH cable absolutely FREE

  • Speed Boost and Data Control feature

  • Uninterrupted service during LOAD SHEDDING


Vianet’s service is currently available in 22 cities spread across 18 districts in Nepal. They are working on expanding their network coverage to more places in the future.

They have a total of 27 operation centers and 33 customer service centers. Last year they increased their FUP limit by up to 80%, so the new FUP quota for 25Mbps internet is 800 GB. 

From the humble beginnings of dial-up internet to the advanced age FTTH Vianet has made through a long and virtuous journey.

Last year during the lockdown they increased their FUP limit by up to 80%. The new FUP quota for 25Mbps internet is 800 GB which compensated the high demand for fast internet for the Nepalis locked in their homes.

As the world is gradually moving towards the “Internet of Things” and “TV Anywhere“, Vianet has dedicated all their efforts to usher the Nepali community rapidly towards the exciting new digital age.

Compiled by : Reviewer Raj Kapali

Vianet Ultra-Fi Product | Review |

19th December 2021
"Vianet has launched a new campaign named “Ultra-Fi” from 9th December 2021"

We all have and are facing lots of problems with our wifi and net on a daily basis. The major reason behind a slow internet is signal interference.

So in order to solve this problem, Vianet has launched a new campaign named “Ultra-Fi” from 9th December 2021.

The name “Ultra-Fi” is derived from two words “Ultra-Broadband” and “WiFi”.

Ultra-Broadband means Internet speeds 100 Mbps and above; WiFi is added to signify that they are providing Dual Band Wi-Fi ONU with this plan.

The ONUs provided are Mesh capable and they are planning to introduce affordable Mesh Wi-Fi solutions for the customers very soon.

In this plan, they have introduced three new plans 125 Mbps, 175 Mbps, and 250 Mbps paired with via TV at unbelievable prices, Dual Band ONUs, and also customers can upgrade the speed of existing packages.

Ultra fi

The major objective of Ultra-Fi plans is to provide the ultimate value product where the customer can enjoy the highest speeds at the lowest prices.

The tagline for the Ultra-Fi campaign is “Ultra Experience. Ultra Entertainment. Ultra Value”.

Vianet Ultra-Fi packages have been designed in order to uplift the experience of the customers in schools, offices, and play.

These are the primary use case for the Internet amongst the customers. Dependency on the Internet for the above uses has increased tremendously to the point that it is a necessity for conducting the tasks mentioned.  

As a result, customers require high capacity Internet to function better in the above areas.

So Vianet Ultra-Fi package aims to provide the customers with Uninterrupted Video Calls (Work/School), Lag-Less Gaming (Play), and Uninterrupted Streaming (Play/Work for influencers and streamers).

Likewise, now customers can actually experience the speed, with the mandatory inclusion of dual-band routers. 

In a dual-band router, both networks (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz) networks will be shown in the WiFi list when connecting to your WiFi, so you may connect and switch networks easily as per your convenience.


Moreover, the above-mentioned speeds are only possible in 5Ghz WiFi. Likewise, the wifi setup used by devices is usually 2.4Ghz and when there is a common sharing between the devices there occurs a signal disturbance causing problems like slow internet. 

So in order to solve this, Vianet has recently brought in 5Ghz Dual Band ONUs from Nokia for Nokia Network customers and C-Data for Raisecom Network customers. As compared to 2.4Ghz, 5Ghz does not seem to have problems like lagging and interruption.

Moreover, Among 45 channels of the 5 GHz band, 24 channels don't overlap which is really nice and gives you a smooth internet connection.

Also, among them channel no. 36, 40, 44, and 48 are considered to be the best channels. 5Ghz frequency band also supports higher data transfer speeds, so customers who use high-speed packages must use 5Ghz frequency band routers to experience the best possible Internet speeds wirelessly.

Vianet also aims to have the lowest price per Mbps per month on all of their packages compared to their competitors and is really useful for those who are the victims of slow internet.

Please Note: Most if not all recent devices support the 5Ghz wireless network band. Your device must have 5Ghz WiFi network capability to use the 5Ghz wireless network band on that device.

Please check your device specifications for compatibility.

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Compiled by : Ankita Acharya Ankita Acharya