Nayatel Launches Upto 100 Mbps Bandwidth-on-Demand Package for Ramadan

Nayatel has unveiled an exciting new internet offer for the month of Ramadan and is giving its users up to 100 Mbps speeds for as low as Rs. 100.

By availing the Bandwidth on Demand Special Ramadan Offer, Nayatel users can get unlimited downloads and uploads at either 45 Mbps or 100 Mbps speed from 3 AM to 9 AM.

Conveniently, you can either opt-in for a one night offer, or go all-in and subscribe for this offer throughout the entire month of Ramadan.

SpeedPrice (Rs.)
45 Mbps/night49
100 Mbps/night99
45 Mbps/month499
100 Mbps/month999

Do note that the 45/100 Mbps bandwidths will only be available from 3 AM to 9 AM for both monthly and nightly subscribers. Rest of the day, your bandwidth and download limit will get restored to your primary Nayatel subscription so it’s advisable to only download high-resource items during the 3 AM-9 AM period.


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Subscribe Now

To subscribe, you can simply log in to your account on Nayatel’s website and access the Bandwidth on Demand option from the Customer Portal.

  • Go to Nayatel’s website.
  • Click Customer Login on the top right.
  • Input your credentials.
  • Click the Bandwidth on Demand Button.
  • Select BOD Special Ramadan Offer.
  • Select Date, Time and Bandwidth.
  • Click Submit.

Terms & Conditions

Following terms and conditions for Bandwidth on Demand service are applicable.

  • BOD Special Ramadan Offer Speeds applicable from 3 AM to 9 AM
  • Only Active Home and Connect package customers can avail this service.
  • Govt taxes are applicable for this service.
  • For Connect Packages, BoD usage limit is twice the charges of your monthly Internet package.
  • For Home Packages, BoD usage limit is available in Charges Section.
  • You can unsubscribe to this service before 15 minutes of your scheduled BoD session.
  • In case of your monthly package plan change your scheduled BoD session will remain as per schedule.
  • While you are using BoD, new Value Added Services (VAS) (i-e VoD, Live, HD Box, HD Box Smart, Unlimited Bundle etc.) activations will not commence. Pre-subscribed VAS will function as subscribed.
  • Unlimited Bundle Service will not work if below-mentioned packages of BOD are subscribed for your selected time period
    • 10 Mbps Download and 50 Mbps Upload Package.
    • 10 Mbps Download and 100 Mbps Upload Package.

Watch this space for more news on Nayatel packages and more Ramadan offers.


  • Jamil Foreign

    Our office are at Tokyo and Seoul. Here we use:

    Korea highest average connection speed at 29.0 Mbps in Q4 2016, as per internet monitoring firm Akamai. South Korea beat Norway, Sweden and Hong Kong to claim the top spot, all of which have internet speeds up to 23.6 Mbps, 22.8 Mbps and 21.9 Mbps respectively. Korea also boasts of internet speed that is around four times the world average of 7.0 Mbps. Switzerland (21.2 Mbps), Denmark (20.7 Mbps), Finland (20.6 Mbps) and Singapore (20.2 Mbps). Japan and Netherlands are also included in the list of top 10 countries with the highest internet speed in the world. Even though USA did not make the top 10, and come upon 16 with average connection speed of 15.3 Mbps,

    As a whole, this is very good news that NAYATEL will give good service in Pakistan in Ramadan month.

    • Hamza

      Nayatel only works in handul amount of cities in Pakistan, so not the entire pakistan is getting this offer.

    • Netherdrake

      > NAYATEL will give good service in “Islamabad” in Ramadan Month

      FTFY

      Nayatel coverage is a joke.

  • Abu Zaid

    With exception of Media consumption or sharing among large group of users, there is not much use for 100 Mbps connection. The next evolution would be reduction in latency. But, it is good, that this option is now available to Nayatel subscribers.

    • Netherdrake

      Totally agree with you. I upgrade my 4Mbps PTCL to 10Mbps. Other than in Youtube streaming and torrents, i dont feel any difference. Why? Because of latency. Latency is still freaking bad. I am still not able to stream online matches on 1080P because of my latency to streaming server. Decrease in latency will have much greater benefits than increase in speed.

  • Zahid Khan

    This is just a gimmick and can’t save fiber operators from market share losses as they compete with each other in limited markets, and wait for China-SCO fiber to come to Islamabad (then Lahore et al) to finish them off.

    This offer, for 6 hours, comes to Rs 12,000 pm for 100 Mbps service. In any case, with high fiber install charges plus router costs (about Rs 19,000 for Nayatel, less for others) this is not a mass market- only for the few.

  • Zahid Khan

    This is just a gimmick and can’t save fiber operators from market share losses as they compete with each other in limited markets, and wait for China-SCO fiber to come to Islamabad (then Lahore et al) to finish them off.

    This offer, for 6 hours, comes to Rs 12,000 pm for 100 Mbps service. In any case, with high fiber install charges plus router costs (about Rs 19,000 for Nayatel, less for others) this is not a mass market- only for the few.

  • Kaka

    I got this today. This isn’t Nayatel btw

  • Atif

    This package is a joke. I wish fiberlink people were not morons. They would have definitely given Nayatel run for its money, given the speeds they offer and rates they charge.

    Nayatel is too constipated with speeds. They need to update their unlimted package (selected sites) from current 30 mbps to 100 mbps.