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Ooredoo offers 5G plans for business customers

27 Apr 2021

Ooredoo Oman has announced the launch of 5G services for SME customers in the Sultanate. Businesses are now able to subscribe to post-paid plans with access speeds of up to 20Mbps and 100Mbps with a data allowance of 1TB. Ooredoo says that the benefits of its new 5G network include lower latency, greater stability and network capacity and the ability to connect multiple devices at the same time.

The move follows the launch of Ooredoo’s 5G ‘Home Internet’ service in parts of Muscat, Barka, Sohar, Salalah, Al Buraimi and Nizwa in May 2020, while earlier this month the firm said it had launched mobile 5G services. At present, the service is only available for customers with compatible Huawei handsets in 5G coverage areas, with Apple and Samsung devices expected to be added soon. Ooredoo plans to construct and install around 2,200 5G stations over the next five years.

Oman, Ooredoo Oman

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