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WorldLink Updates its Photon Lite Internet Package: Check New Plans & Pricing

Worldlink Communications has updated its Photon Lite series internet package. The ISP updated the internet package when it introduced the “Worldlink 1 Gbps” internet package on March 26, 2022.

Worldlink Photon Lite
Worldlink Photon Lite

The ISP had launched the Photon Lite series in Nepal for home users in December 2021. Under the series, three packages are available, which are now updated. The new updated packages include the 200 Mbps and 250 Mbps plans, along with the 300 Mbps plan.

When it launched, the series had three packages: 150 Mbps, 225 Mbps, and 300 Mbps. The 300 Mbps was initially introduced under the Photon series in September. However, with the introduction of the Photon 600, the 300 Mbps is now part of the Photon Lite series.

From now on, the Photon Lite is the minimum offering from Worldlink, signalling the end of prior lower-tier plans of less than 150 Mbps.

In order to provide seamless Wi-Fi coverage across the house, WorldLink is also giving an option to install multiple Wi-Fi routers in a Mesh Wi-Fi network system.

If you want to know what is mesh Wi-Fi system and if you need it or not, scroll down the page.

WorldLink Photon Lite: Internet Plans and Pricing

The Photon Lite service has three packages: 200 Mbps, 250 Mbps, and 300 Mbps. According to Worldlink, the new Photon Lite packages are no longer available on a monthly subscription; only 3- and 12-month subscriptions are available.


Months 200 Mbps (1 TV) 250 Mbps (2 TV) 300 Mbps (3 TV)
3 Months (without VAT) Rs. 4050 Rs. 4350 Rs. 4950
3 Months (with 13% VAT) Rs. 4576 Rs. 4915.5 Rs. 5593.5
12 Months (without VAT) Rs. 14400 Rs. 15600 Rs. 18000
12 Months (with 13% VAT) Rs. 16272 Rs. 17628 Rs. 20340


One Time Charge Dual Band (ONU) Drop Wire Deposit (ONU) Smart Installation
3 Months Rs. 2260 (with 13% VAT) Rs. 565 (with 13% VAT) Rs. 500 Rs. 3000
12 Months Free Free Rs. 500 Rs. 3000
WorldLink Photon 300 Smart Installations
WorldLink Photon 300 Smart Installations

Installation of Beacon 1.1 with Mesh System

The mesh Wi-Fi system is optional with the Photon Lite plans.

Beacon 1.1 Rental Beacon 1.1 Deposit Smart Installation (For single Beacon 1.1) Smart Installation (For two Beacon 1.1)
Rs. 2000 Rs. 2500 Rs. 3000 Rs. 5000

Note: The rate mentioned here is up to 2 Beacon 1.1. routers and without VAT.

NetTV Installation

The 200 Mbps plan includes 1 NetTV subscription, the 250 Mbps plan includes 2 NetTV subscriptions, and the 300 Mbps plan includes 3 NetTV subscriptions.

One Time Charge for STB Primary STB Primary STB Deposit Secondary STB Secondary STB Deposit
3 Months Rs. 2260 (with 13% VAT) Rs. 500 Rs. 2260 (with 13% VAT) Rs. 500
12 Months Free Rs. 500 Rs. 2260 (with 13% VAT) Rs. 500

Nokia Beacon 1.1

Nokia Beacon 1.1 is a mesh router WorldLink is using for the mesh Wi-Fi system. It is a dual-band router (2.4GHz up to 500 mW + 5GHz up to 1W) and supports Wi-Fi 5.

One Nokia Beacon 1.1 can cover up to 1500 sq. ft. of area.

What is Mesh Wi-Fi System?

A mesh Wi-Fi system is a Wi-Fi system that is built to give Wi-Fi coverage to every corner of your house using multiple mesh routers, eliminating dead zones.

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Difference Between a Mesh Wi-Fi Router and a Traditional Range Extender or Secondary Router?

Traditional secondary routers simply repeat the Wi-Fi signal. And for every router added as a range extender, you need to create a separate network with a separate SSID.

Whereas, with the mesh Wi-Fi routers, all the routers act as the same network, so you don’t have to keep switching Wi-Fi networks.

Traditional routers broadcast Wi-Fi from a single point. When used as a repeater, the router has to route requests through multiple networks.

But mesh Wi-Fi systems have multiple access points capturing and rebroadcasting the router’s signal, so all the access points broadcast the same signal, minimizing the lag.

Do I Need Mesh Wi-Fi System?

If you have a large home with multiple thick brick walls and multiple stories, then yes. You might need a mesh Wi-Fi system to cover all the corners of your house.

A traditional router alone would not be able to cover all the areas of such a large house. Hence, you may encounter dead zones.

But if you live in a small house, then the mesh Wi-Fi system would be overkill.

What do you think of the Worldlink Photon? Would you install it in your home? Let us know in the comments!

Also, watch our review of the Samsung Galaxy F22 in Nepali.

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