Saudi Mobily Fiber Services now accessible on all fixed networks

The Mobily Fiber Services packages provide speeds up to 500 Mbps

  
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Etihad Etisalat / Mobily buildings along Hanifa Valley Street - Mobily C1 Office Al Yabis - Saudi Arabian telecommunications services company - Kingdom Centre tower top left.

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Etihad Etisalat / Mobily buildings along Hanifa Valley Street - Mobily C1 Office Al Yabis - Saudi Arabian telecommunications services company - Kingdom Centre tower top left.

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Riyadh –  Etihad Etisalat Company (Mobily) has started providing Mobily Fiber services through an agreement to open broadband, allowing it to offer fixed and fibre optic broadband services to 3.5 million homes.

The broadband services for fixed communication networks through fibre optics technology will offer customers a unique experience of high-speed internet as well as video streaming, and e-gaming, according to a press release on Sunday.

The achievement comes in view of the initiative of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) to provide broadband for fixed communications.

The increased speed of response and interaction will promote customers’ experience.

It is noteworthy that the service will be available through Mobily Fiber packages at speeds up to 500 Megabits per second (Mbps), and maybe requested in branch or through the Mobily online store.

Source: Mubasher

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