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myWorldLink app: You are in-charge

WorldLink developed "myWorldLink app" for its retail customers to help them out, even if it's just with the simplest things. The company has put all the tools of controlling their account in the app along with the facility of making the payment right away from the device running the app. This app now is exclusively available on android devices however, we are developing the app for our users hooked on to IOS devices.

With one click "myWorldLink app" will enable users to:

  • Check the real-time bandwidth on the go
  • Open trouble ticket and check the status
  • Check our network availability
  • Change the password of user's account instantly
  • Renew the service and see the transaction history
  • Extend the service
Customers can download the app by following this link:

Festive Offer 2072

WorldLink launched "Festive Offer 2072" aiming to provide the customers with extra volume and extra happiness. The company provided up to 2.8 times more times the GB volume on its quota based internet plans and up to 1.5 times more the bandwidth on its unlimited internet plans. At present the company is providing the various range of high speed internet service. To breakdown, below is the details on the service and the offer.

10 Mbps internet: Customers subscribing this plan gets up to 2.25 times extra volume

25 Mbps internet: Customers subscribing this plan gets up to 2.7 times extra volume

50 Mbps internet: Customers subscribing this plan gets up to 2.8 times extra volume

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