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ClassicTech tops Worldlink in the use of IPV6

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ClassicTech tops Worldlink in the use of IPV6


Classictech is seen to be infront in adopting version six of the Internet Protocol (IP). Even though it is a little behind WorldLink in terms of number of customers, Classic Tech is seen in providing new technology to its customers.


IPv6 is a new version of the Internet Protocol. Every device connected to the Internet needs an IP address to communicate with each other. This is an address called Internet Protocol (IP) address. So far, two versions of IP addresses have come into vogue.


One version is Four (V Four) and the other is Six. V4 is 32 bit. Of which 4 billion 300 million are public addresses. Whose quota has already expired. Then came IPv6 as a new technology. Which is 128 bits. As it has unlimited public address, it can be used no matter how much. However, IPV Four is still being used in some countries, including Nepal.


Even after the end of IPv4, most Internet service providers are now using Network Address Translation (NAAT) technology based on private addressing. A research report published in the world-renowned journal MDPI also revealed that current government projects and service providers are using outdated equipment and technology to expand Nepal’s broadband.


Research has shown that it is in the interest of the country, the people and the service providers to adopt IPV6 technology in the implementation of the project. The use of IPV6 is necessary because it allows for the assignment of a unique public address to communicate with every connected device around the world.


Not only that, it does not require NAT technology, so the IPV Six has better internet access than the IPv4. It is also considered more effective from a security standpoint. Therefore, the study report mentions another option to do IPV Six technology in the spirit these days. Accordingly, Nepal’s internet service providers are gradually moving to IPv6.


In which Classic Tech is at the forefront in providing the facility of IPV-6 to the users. According to Apnic.net, there are currently only seven service providers in Nepal adopting IPv6 technology. These include Classic Tech, WorldLink, Smart Telecom, TechMinds, Ncell, Nepal Telecom and Vianet.

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Telecom and Internet services in the epidemic: a disaster & an opportunity

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 Telecom and Internet services in the epidemic: a disaster & an opportunity


The Internet and the telecommunications sector are always busy, while COVID-19 is having a devastating effect on everyone. During this period, some are facing high pressure of service consumption. Some people are trying to make new customers while others are losing existing customers.


Many service providers have not been able to provide services to the customers due to supply problems including fiber, devices, recharge cards and there is also a problem in expanding new customers. There are many complaints from the service recipients due to lack of quality service. Covid has created both problems and opportunities for service providers.


Meanwhile, in a virtual interaction organized by the Economic Journalists’ Society on Thursday, participants talked about the aftermath and opportunities of COVID-19. Due to the global spread of COVID-19, the use of internet is also increasing in Nepal. The trend of data consumption has also changed as compared to the previous lockdown and now it is time to provide services to the citizens through electronic system by increasing investment in content along with connectivity.

“Internet is the only way to get information on new areas like e-learning, virtual meetings, study materials, entertainment,” said Sarakarwala. Director of the Nepal Telecommunications Authority, Vijay Kumar Roy, said that some online outlets were shut down in collaboration with the Press Council, the cyber directive was implemented and the NEA worked on an e-education package.


He feels that due to the activism of the service providers during the time of COVID-19, the complaints of the customers have not come as expected. Due to COVID-19, data consumption has increased tremendously in urban areas and connectivity problems in rural areas have also raised fears that the problem of digital divide will increase.


Rural telecommunications expert Pawan Shakya said the condition of both connectivity and content in the village was worse than in the city. There is an opportunity to choose a service in the city, there is a lot of people who can find and understand even in content. He said that the focus should now be on the rural areas. He also urged the people to be vigilant as the digital divi

de in rural and urban areas would become bigger in the future if the rural areas were not addressed.

 Telecom and Internet services in the epidemic: a disaster & an opportunity

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Subisu’s customer service affected when electricity pole moved, the company requested to contact Viber

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Subisu’s customer service affected when electricity pole moved, the company requested to contact Viber

Subisu's customer service affected when electricity pole moved, the company requested to contact Viber

The customer service of internet service provider Subisu has been affected when the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) moved the electricity pole. The company has made alternative arrangements to register complaints saying that the regular customer service contact numbers 01-4235888 and 01-4217444 have not worked for the time being.

Subisu said that the work of repairing the telephone line is underway as soon as the work of moving the pole is completed and it will resume soon. For now, the company has made alternative arrangements for customers inside and outside Kathmandu.
Accordingly, customers within the Kathmandu Valley will be able to call 9801235888, call 9801158999 via SMS and Viber and send an email by clicking here.

Similarly, arrangements have been made to send SMS and Viber 9801158665 mobile numbers and emails by clicking here. The company has also stated that its complaints and problems can be recorded from the company’s web chat and Facebook chat.

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Government to provide free internet to students for online classes!

 Government to provide free internet to students for online classes!


The government has provided free internet for students. The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has made an arrangement to provide free internet to students and schools from next September to facilitate learning.


The Student Learning Facilitation Guide mentions the issue of providing free internet to students and schools under the role of the Ministry of Education. The guideline states that the data packages will be provided free of cost to the schools and students by getting free or concessional fees from the internet service providers including Nepal Telecom for educational purposes only.


It is mentioned in the guideline that such data and internet will be made available only for educational purposes.


The information issued for the implementation of the directive states that the government at all three levels should implement the directive in order to achieve the learning achievements specified in the national curriculum format and to create an environment conducive to learning for school-age children.


The ministry said free internet was needed after schools and students complained that online classes were affected by the high cost of internet.

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