Mobilk - The expansion of Ooredoo’s Fast Home Broadband network now covers even more Wilayats, to allow customers to enjoy the internet even more. As the Sultanate’s data experience leaders, the growing reach of Ooreodo’s Fast Home Broadband services is delivering buffer-free, uninterrupted and secure high-speed internet to communities across Oman.
The long list of areas that are currently covered by Ooredoo’ home broadband network include major cities within the governorates of Dhofar, Ad Dakhiliyah, Muscat, Al Batinah, Ash Sharqiyah, Ad Dhahirah, Al Buraymi and Musandam. The landmark expansions put thousands more users well within the company’s range.
Feras bin Abdallah Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, said, “We have continued to heavily invest in expanding the coverage of our Home Broadband services, offering even larger numbers of customers the integrated internet bundles we feel they deserve. Our Fast Home Broadband delivers on our promise of uninterrupted and seamless connectivity, coming in with one to two-year plans and up to 500GB of monthly data. With free installation and over 500 national fixed minutes included, our plug-and-play solution provides the value and connectivity customers want.”
Ooredoo’s Fast internet service allows customers to connect their home or businesses to non-stop broadband through a variety of plans to choose from. All bundles come with national fixed minutes and internet speeds of up to 10 Mbps. For more information, visit www.ooredoo.om or stop by any of the company’s 47 stores located across Oman.
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