|12 June, 2019

Ooredoo expands home Internet coverage in Oman

Residents in areas with new coverage can order Ooredoo’s Super Fibre via WhatsApp by sharing their ID and location or calling the Fibre team.

Image used for illustrative purpose. Men look at the logo of Qatar Telecom Ooredoo, formerly Qatar Telecom Qtel, as they walk past the company's head office in Doha March 16, 2013.

Image used for illustrative purpose. Men look at the logo of Qatar Telecom Ooredoo, formerly Qatar Telecom Qtel, as they walk past the company's head office in Doha March 16, 2013.

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Oman - Ooredoo, a leading telecom provider in the Sultanate, has extended its Super Fibre Home Internet service to three new areas namely Sur Al Hadeed-Al Seeb, Amerat Extension (Phase 1) and Telal Al-Qurum Compound.

Customers can now enjoy fantastic speeds of up to 1Gbps and limitless usage 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 or calling the Fibre team.

Ooredoo’s Super Fibre is already available in areas including Al Khuwair South - Commercial Area, Sultan Qaboos University (SQU), old Al Amerat, Saa’dah in Salalah, Al Mussanah, Al Khuwair, Ruwi, Darsait, Al Hail, Al Mawalih, Al Khoud, Al Mabaila, Al Manuma, Al Seeb Jadida, Hayy Al Saruj, Al Seeb Wadi Al Luwami, Ras Al Hamra, Al Ghubra, and Al Athaiba Al Shamaliya. Other new areas in Oman are also set to be connected in 2019. – TradeArabia News Service

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