WorldLink is the largest Internet and Network Service Provider in Nepal and one of the most prominent IT companies. Founded in September 1995 with the aim of providing Internet and IT services by its present Chairman and Managing Director Dileep Agrawal, WorldLink started off by providing store-and-forward e-mail services over a dial-up link to the Internet in the US. The continuous efforts to grow pushed the company to introduce full Internet access over a dedicated leased-line to the Internet backbone in the US through Teleglobe International. After two years of this service, WorldLink in 1997 till June 2008, connected to the Internet over a direct satellite uplink through its own VSAT terminal, thereby completely bypassing Nepal Telecommunications Corporation.
WorldLink has its state-of-the-art network built upon by the network equipment manufacturers like Nokia for DWDM, Juniper and Cisco for IP/MPLS Core and Aggregation, Extreme Network in Switching, and Nokia and Huawei for the Access side. It operates one of the finest and the largest fiber backbone and access networks across the country, serving 74 plus districts and providing services like high-speed Internet up to 100Mbps along with HD IPTV services.
WorldLink has its state-of-the-art network built upon by the network equipment manufacturers like Nokia for DWDM, Juniper, and Cisco for IP/MPLS Core and Aggregation, Extreme Network in Switching, and Nokia and Huawei for the Access side. It operates one of the finest and the largest fiber backbone and access networks across the country, serving 74 plus districts and providing services like high-speed Internet up to 1 Gbps along with HD IPTV services.
WorldLink has become a success story, the likes of which are usually found in Silicon Valley. It has strengthened its root in the overall IT sector in the small Himalayan country of Nepal. It has served its purpose of being a role model for IT startups for a long time now. It is creating many employments in the market and helping in making the country’s economy stronger. In recognition of WorldLink’s overall contribution, Nepal Government has invited WorldLink to be a part of the IT task force such as the National IT Infrastructure Development Committee, and contribute to the development of IT in the country.
Besides these, WorldLink offers several value-added services to its customers that come along with its products and services. Here are some of the value-added services that customers can enjoy:
Wi-Fi Express: When you buy WorldLink’s internet services, you can enjoy access to over 14,000+ Wi-Fi hotspots across Nepal. This means that you can stay connected even when you’re on the go.
Time Back: WorldLink understands that internet outages can be frustrating, which is why they offer a Time Back service. If you experience an outage or maintenance issue that lasts longer than 24 hours, WorldLink will compensate you for the lost time.
myWorldLink Benefits: When you sign up for WorldLink’s services, you can enjoy discounts at a range of partner outlets. Simply let the merchant know that you’re a WorldLink customer and show your ID card to receive the discount.
SafeNet: WorldLink’s SafeNet service is designed to provide network security and parental controls. With SafeNet, parents can ensure that their children are not exposed to inappropriate content online, and the service also provides protection against cyber threats such as malware and phishing attacks.