Nokia has announced that WorldLink Communications, the largest broadband ISP in Nepal, has introduced Nokia WiFi Beacon 1.1 mesh access point to offer a seamless home Wi-Fi experience of its high-speed Photon services for subscribers in Nepal. The internet service offers an unprecedented 300 MBPs speed for an enhanced broadband experience for Worldlink’s home and enterprise customers. With Beacon 1.1, WorldLink’s subscribers will be able to experience seamless internet connectivity inside their house to meet their work, study, and entertainment needs.
The number of connected devices on home Wi-Fi networks has increased as people increasingly operate from home for work, online-education, or access services online such as healthcare and retail. Indoor Wi-Fi coverage can be impacted in remote parts of the home or dead zones. The Beacon 1.1 uses Nokia’s WiFi Mesh technology to overcome barriers such as internal walls to deliver seamless and reliable internet connectivity for every device and improve the in-home Wi-Fi experience.
Manoj Agarwal, Executive Director, at Worldlink Communications Ltd., said: “After the outbreak of the pandemic last year, there is a growing dependency on high-speed broadband in our lives. With Nokia’s field-proven Beacon 1.1, our customers benefit from a reliable and fast indoor coverage. We will be able to further to delight our subscribers by launching new services like home surveillance and home automation.”
Vinish Bawa, Head of Emerging Business, India Market at Nokia, said: “We are excited to partner with WorldLink to use our industry-leading Nokia WiFi Beacon 1.1 router to offer Nepal’s best data plan to its customers. Our Wi-Fi mesh solution is helping WorldLink provide exceptional indoor coverage and speed while bringing down its expense on service. WorldLink is our longstanding partner and this initiative is helping us advance our relationship.”