Nepal Telecom ADSL internet service is available nearly all around Nepal. More than 40% of high-speed internet users in Nepal prefer ADSL. We came to know about some problems being faced by NTC ADSL users. We are here with a solution to the problem. Some ADSL users might have a problem with automatic disconnection. Some ADSL users are suffocating seeing ADSL as it sometimes connects and sometimes it does not show any signal.
Common ADSL Internet Problems
- NTC ADSL Automatic Disconnection
- NTC ADSL Limited connectivity
Why NTC ADSL disconnect automatically?
Basically, these are the main points that decrease smoothness in the ADSL connection. These points are the main problem for the ADSL connection.
- Splitter Connection: If you have a connected phone line already before splitter, you may face disconnection on the internet time to time.
- Modem: If you are using the low-class power adapter of Modem, it may also cause a problem in internet connection.
- The fluctuation of Voltage: Fluctuation on voltage causes voltage surge (rise in voltage) due to which low-class adapter could not withstand the fluctuation of voltage. This may restart your Modem from time to time. This may cause a disconnection on your internet connection.
If you are facing any more problems on your Nepal Telecom ADSL internet connection, you can jot down for help in the comment section below. We engineers would try to provide you solutions to your problem. If you like this article, feel free to share it with others using social networks. You may help other people who are facing similar kind of problem.
For getting ADSL packages description, internet package costs of ADSL, please visit the official website of ADSL at NT website at http://www.ntc.net.np/internet/adsl/. The normal home user can pay 900 rupees without taxes for 192 Kbps internet. If you need faster internet connection, you can pay 1500 rupees with eSewa without taxes for 384 Kbps internet connection.
How to check the volume consumption of ADSL
Many of us have a problem for the first time to check the volume consumption of ADSL. There is no link to check volume consumption at www.ntc.net.np also. I was also in confusion for the first time.
I am going to describe to you the process of checking volume consumption of ADSL.
you need to go to link:
Now you need to log in with the following details:
NTC ADSL setting for any router is provided on this page. This easy ADSL setting will let you connect to the Internet. Nepal Doorsanchar Company Ltd, popularly known as Nepal Telecom is a state-owned telecommunication service provider in Nepal.
It is the sole provider of fixed-line, ISDN and leased-line services in Nepal. Among the various Telecommunication and Internet services, ADSL (Asymmetric digital subscriber line) is one of the popular and widely used Internet services by Nepal Telecom.
ADSL service was initially available for Kathmandu valley but now it is available in all 75 districts across the Country. This service is available in most of PSTN Offices.
If you have any more problems, feel free to comment.