Rabindra Dhungel, 20 august 2020. Talking in Jumla, the telephone has been cut off and the slowness of internet service has been bothering the consumers lately. Jumla is disturbed by the problem of cutting off the phone and not making a clear sound after the lockdown. Similarly, the landline internet service connected by Nepal Telecom has also been delayed, which has affected the work.
Consumers have been complaining that their mobile phones are not clearly heard even in Khalanga district headquarters. Ram Rawal, a local, said that there was a problem of not being able to hear the clear sound on the mobile phone but the concerned bodies did not pay attention to solve the problem.
According to Ram Chandra Shrestha, office chief of Nepal Telecom Jumla, the number of customers is increasing and the transmission capacity is old. According to him, a letter has been sent to the state office for this. According to a letter written by Telecom Jumla to the state office in Surkhet on July 26, the head of the office, Shrestha, said that they have been requested to take initiative as soon as possible as there has been a problem in mobile and data for a week.
There is a need to increase the transmission link as it is narrow. Only capacity can improve. Similarly, consumers are outraged by the delay of internet. There has been work to cut only the amount but not to pay attention to the service flow. Purna Prasad Chaulagain, central member of the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) said that it took hours to send a news item even in a media house due to internet delay.
Due to the weakness of the Internet, the work of banks and financial institutions has also affected the financial transactions done through e-system. The village municipality is even more perplexed. The internet services of internet providers including WorldLink and Everest, which have come in the market recently, have been disturbed due to slow running.
Tek Bahadur Budhathapa, chief administrative officer of Patarasi village in Jumla, said that many works of the village are affected due to the internet. Gopal Budha, an accountant of Kankasundari village, complained that he was stressed to work due to the internet in June.
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