Nawras launches WiFi service for enterprise

Nawras business customers can now re-sell WiFi service to their clients
Khaled El Dalaty, operations manager, Dunkin Donuts, with Abdullah Al Rawahy, chief strategy officer, Nawras.
Khaled El Dalaty, operations manager, Dunkin Donuts, with Abdullah Al Rawahy, chief strategy officer, Nawras.


Omani operator Nawras has launched a service that allows its business customers to launch WiFi hotspots for its customers.

The first Nawras WiFi service was deployed at a Dunkin Donuts outlet at Al Khuwair, Muscat, allowing customers browse the internet while in the restaurant.

Abdullah Al Rawahy, chief strategy officer, Nawras, launched the new service with Khaled El Dalaty, operations manager, Dunkin Donuts.

The service is offered as part of Nawras’s business solutions portfolio.

“Nawras WiFi service takes broadband usage to a new level,” said Al Rawahy. “The availability of a secured and legal WiFi service at your establishment that can be sold or offered free to your customers is a reliable way to increase customer footfall and build loyalty for repeat visits.”


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