Mobilk - Keeping more customers in the Sultanate connected, Ooredoo has extended its Super Fibre Home Internet service in Salalah to include Salalah Commercial Area (zone 2A). Subscribers can now enjoy fantastic speeds of up to 1Gbps and non-stop use from just OMR 28 a month. The plans also offer unlimited fixed Ooredoo minutes, discounts on global call rates, and higher download speeds. Residents in areas with new coverage can order Ooredoo’s Super Fibre via WhatsApp by sharing their ID and location to 95103000 or calling the Fibre team on 1514.
Ooredoo’s Super Fibre is already available in the Dhofar governorate, specifically in Saa’dah. The network is also available across the Sultanate in Al Khuwair South - Commercial Area, Sultan Qaboos University (SQU), old Al Amerat, , Al Mussanah, Al Khuwair, Ruwi, Darsait, Al Hail, Al Mawalih, Al Khoud, Al Mabaila, Al Manuma, Al Seeb Jadida, Hayy Al Saruj, Sur Al Hadid, Al Seeb Wadi Al Luwami, Ras Al Hamra, the Tilal Complex, Al Ghubra, and Al Athaiba Al Shamaliya. Other new areas in Oman are also set to be connected in 2019.
With great coverage and connectivity, Ooredoo’s Super Fibre Internet also is also giving customers up to 4 times the speed on 20 Mbps plans. When signing up for a 12-month contract, subscribers can select from a variety of add-on boosters to double, triple or quadruple their speeds to stream, browse and stay online for longer, at amazing value. It’s just another reason to enjoy the internet with Ooredoo.
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