Does Nepal have good internet?

Published: December 10, 2022

Last Modified: March 1, 2023

Does Nepal have good internet?

Yes, the internet in Nepal is Good mostly reliable and okay by South Asian standards. Most of the cities and towns have fiber-optic networks. Internet through fiber optics is really good, providing speeds up to 100 Mbps. Mobile Internet (4G) is also reliable and fast.

Nepal has three SIM cards and offers 4G services as well.


2.Nepal Telecom

3. Smart Cell

Also, there are variety of Wi-Fi available and you can choose any one of them, but I would like to recommend the below mentioned Wi-Fi as they are considered as the top 5 Wi-Fi in Nepal!






According to the Okla Speed test Global Index rankings, which are based on median download speeds to best reflect the speeds a user is likely to achieve in a market, Nepal ranked 121st in the world for mobile speeds and 82nd for fixed broadband speeds during.

How fast is the Internet in Nepal?

Ncell is Nepal’s Speed test Award Winner for mobile network speed during Q1–Q2 2022. To win this award, Ncell achieved a Speed Score of 17.16, with median download speeds of 17.31 Mbps and median upload speeds of 9.26 Mbps.

Ncell                           17.16 Mbps

Nepal Telecom            16.23 Mbps

Smart                           8.97 Mbps

The Internet is awesome, and with so much information available for free, it is obviously one of the best things of the century. Each year, Nepal gains a huge number of internet users very quickly. Many people are starting to use features and services like social media, streaming, e-commerce, online study, freelancing, gaming, and information sharing. People are taking their businesses digital; government services are also becoming digital; and payments are going online. Therefore, many households in Nepal are getting broadband internet connections. As there are many companies in the market, we made a list of the best internet service providers (ISP) in Nepal.

The vast majority of people actually use the internet on their mobile phones, which means mobile data is consumed most in Nepal. According to the 2077/78 annual report of the NTA, 26.09% of the total population of Nepal uses fixed wired broadband, while 76.03% of the population uses mobile broadband for the internet connection. Internet access was once a luxury, but now it has become a need. Stable and permanent internet access is a necessity nowadays for many tasks, including education. The Nepali government has also listed Internet service as an essential service that no one should disrupt.