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Ooredoo expands FTTH to Saa’dah

25 Oct 2018

Ooredoo Oman has expanded its ‘Super Fibre’ home broadband service to the area of Saa’dah in the city of Salalah. Customers will now be able to access maximum download speeds of up to 1Gbps over Ooredoo’s fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network, which also covers Mabela, Khodh 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. Hilat Al Seder will be added within the next week.

‘With a population of more than 340,000 people, Salalah is considered to be one of Oman’s most populated and developed cities and as data experience leaders, we want to make sure that people are connected with fast, reliable and uninterrupted internet,’ commented Feras bin Abdullah Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, adding: ‘Implementing a phased approach to extend our network to this southernmost city, we have been able to remain on track with our digital expansion journey, ensuring our Super Fibre reaches more places than ever before.’

Oman, Ooredoo Oman

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