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Ooredoo Oman expands TD-LTE network to 60 new areas

21 Sep 2017

Ooredoo Oman, the country’s second largest fixed broadband operator by subscribers, has expanded its TD-LTE network to more than 60 wilayats (provinces). Coverage of the firm’s ‘Fast Home Broadband’ service includes major cities within the governorates of Dhofar, Ad Dakhiliyah, Muscat, Al Batinah, Ash Sharqiyah, Ad Dhahirah, Al Buraymi and Musandam. The TD-LTE tariffs offer maximum downstream speeds of 10Mbps and bundles of national fixed network minutes.

‘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,’ commented Feras bin Abdallah Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, adding: ‘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.’

Oman, Ooredoo Oman

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