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About Us

About Us

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N FIBERNET was conceived out of a dream to turn into the most respected in-the-home diversion, training and intuitive administrations organization that makes radical social change, and enjoyments and engages clients.

Our Vision & Mission


N FIBERNET vision is to be a solitary point get to supplier, bringing into the home and work place a combined universe of data, amusement and services.


To be the most respected in-home amusement, training and intelligent administrations organization that makes radical social change, and enjoyments and engages clients.

  1. Convey forefront innovation to ceaselessly enhance to serve client needs in an easy to understand way
  2. Join forces with innovation, substance and dissemination firms for speed to market, versatility and initiative
  3. Set new benchmarks for client care
  4. Set new norms in operational greatness bringing about productivity and alluring partner returns
  5. Give an energetic and satisfying workplace for an enthusiastic and engaged group



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Why you should choose
our services

  • What things will be provided by N FIBERNET?

    We give value for money and keep our promises with honesty and integrity

  • Why you should choose us than others?

    We're an independent broadband company determined to create social radical change that work for our clients.

  • What is the Internet?

    The Internet is a worldwide network of computer networks. Currently, there are over a billion people using the Internet, and millions of new users log on each month. The Internet consists of many parts. but the two most popular are the World Wide Web and electronic mail (email).

  • How do I get connected?

    The minimum requirements are a computer and a modem. If you have a digital device such as a personal computer or smartphone, Once you have the necessary hardware, you sign on with an Internet Service Provider (ISP), a commercial on-line service or a freenet.

  • What is an Internet Service Provider (ISP)?

    An ISP provides direct access from your home or office to the Internet through phone lines, Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or special dedicated Internet connections. Most ISPs provide popular software, including a Web browser and email client. With an ISP, however, you are free to use any other available Internet software package. Most ISPs also give users their own Web space to publish their own information.

  • What is a commercial on-line service?

    Commercial on-line services are designed to provide relatively limited information in an easy-to-use format. Commercial services offer their own news, research resources and discussion forums, which only their members can use. They also provide access to the Internet's vast resources. Because these systems provide proprietary content and point and click software rather than just Internet access, they generally cost more than ISPs.

  • What is a freenet?

    A freenet is essentially a free ISP established to provide access for the community. The principle behind a freenet is similar to that of a public library, allowing everyone access to the Internet, regardless of their ability to pay.

  • Why we are the best in this fields?

    We known for excellent customer support with ongoing assistance and we like to help

  • What is a firewall?

    A firewall is a combination of hardware and software that separates a Local Area Network (LAN) into two or more parts for security purposes. Users accessing the network from outside the LAN can only reach information on the outside of the firewall, while local users can access any information.

  • What is a URL?

    A URL (uniform resource locator) is the tool used to identify sites on the Internet. Web sites begin with the prefix "http://" and FTP sites begin with "ftp://." The next set of letters refers to a server: "www" for example. The domain name follows the server and indicates who the site belongs to ("adobe", for example), and an extension identifies a business' site (".com"), a school's site (".edu"), a nonprofit site (".org") and so on.

  • What is the World Wide Web?

    The World Wide Web is a collection of pages that can be published by anyone and viewed by millions of Internet users. Web pages can include text, graphics, sound, files and programs. The Web is the most popular method of distributing information on the Internet

  • What is a home page?

    A home page is the opening page of a website. Think of it as the cover and table of contents of a book combined into one electronic page.

  • What is email?

    Email (electronic mail) messages are usually text messages sent from one person to another via computer. Email transmission is almost instantaneous. Email can be sent to a large number of addresses simultaneously by employing a mailing list or listserv. Email addresses are not comprehensively organized, but there are several Email address search sites on the Web.

  • What software will I need?

    Any "modern" computer (five years old or newer) will have network capability. Once connected, you will need a Web browser, an emall program and software for decompressing and translating foreign file formats. These should be pre-loaded on your computer or provided by your ISP.