Mobilk - Giving customers a fantastic online experience at home, Ooredoo’s ‘speed booster’ giving up to 4 times the speed on its popular Super Fibre Home Internet 20 Mbps plans, can now be activated through the Ooredoo App. When signing up for 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 connected. Customers simply need to head to their subscription page in the Ooredoo App under ‘add-ons’.
Ooredoo has also reduced the cost of the top-tier 12-month 1Gbps plan from OMR 228 to just OMR 150, so now, customers can do more online for longer, at amazing value.
The Super Fibre plans provide a choice of bundles to suit individual customers’ needs, with speeds of up to 1Gbps and unlimited usage, free installation, unlimited Ooredoo fixed minutes and international discounted minutes. Giving subscribers the flexibility they deserve, plans can be upgraded at any time at affordable prices.
With a 12-month contract, subscribers who sign up for 20 Mbps can upgrade to 40 Mbps for an additional OMR 7, to 60 Mbps for an extra OMR 17, or to 80 Mbps for an extra OMR 20 a month. Users with Super Fibre Home Internet available in their areas can sign up for the speed upgrade and have it activated as soon as the fibre is delivered and installed in their homes.
Ooredoo is continuing to expand its Super Fibre network coverage. It is currently covering a wide range of areas in Muscat including Al Hail, Al Khoud, Al Mabelah, Al Manuma, Al Seeb Jadida, Hayy Al Saruj, Darsait, Hamriya, Wadi Kabir, Wadi Adai, Madinat Al-Ilam, Al Qurum, Ruwi and Al Wattaya. Going beyond the capital, Ooredoo’s Super Fibre also covers Mussanah in South Al Batinah, Saa’dah in Salalah and Salalah Commercial Area, with many more locations coming soon.
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