In the early 90s, Mr. Dileep Agrawal was frustated over some existing technologies while trying to communicate from U.S with his family in Nepal. That propelled him to establish a communication company and the WorldLink Communications Pvt. Ltd. was found on September 15, 1995.
Exactly 20 years from the date of its foundation, WorldLink Communications celebrated its 20 years of successfully connecting people on 15th September. WorldLink has provided a quality internet service for customers across the range of services, including dedicated leased line and retail connection. On the occasion, the company thanked all of the customers and its stake holders for every milestone shared together along the way. It conducted different activities circling around the benefits to the society and the customers itself. The company also introduced different offers to target the new customers and also pushed out some rewarding packages for its existing customers.
The company provided 20% more bandwidth to every unlimited plan subscribers and also 20% more volume add up to all the volume-based high speed internet users.
Nevertheless, the company also launched the high speed internet at the speed of 50 Mbps in the most affordable price. The internet connection charge was brought down to the celebration rate of just Rs. 20, which is applicable in all the existing internet packages until October 5, 2015.
WorldLink, at its 20th anniversary, conducted different Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to leverage its CSR platforms in a way to give back to the society. As an initiation and a company in a vision to connect everyone, everywhere, all the time, it established a free Wi-Fi zone in Patan Durbar Square in respect to the historical sites and their uniqueness. For the people who come as a visitor, as a wanderer and also those who come in the morning and evening to stroll around, the service has beautified the time spent around the site.
To mark the 20th year anniversary, WorldLink launched an app on Facebook. The app which is named WorldLink+you was live on 15th September and run till 5th October. The app is a simple interface where users need to submit their name, phone number, email address and gender to participate. The winners are determined on the basis of points earned which is the arithmetic of no. of times the app is shared on one’s wall and referred to other friends. The winners will be rewarded with attractive gifts/coupons.
In due consideration of the congestion of the current office and grievances of our several customers, we have moved our office in Suryabinayak from its current place to its new location in Gatthaghar from September 23, 2015.
Our new office has enough space and excellent parking in the spacious surroundings. Since, it is located next to the Arniko high way, our customers will find it more easily accessible and comfortable.
However our location has relocated, our contact number remains the same.
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