Mada expands broadband in Kuwait

Kuwaiti ISP set to complete expansion in Q1 of 2013
Mada is expanding its internet services throughout Kuwait.
Mada is expanding its internet services throughout Kuwait.


Kuwaiti ISP, Mada, has completed the first two phases of its network expansion, extended its wireless internet network coverage to some 90% of residential areas in the country.

The three-phase plan, which is set for completion in the first quarter of 2013, will bring wireless Internet access to residential developments including seven areas of the governorate of Jahra and all Southern chalet areas, such as Julaiaa and Bnaider.

Currently, refineries and near-border areas such as Abdali Farms and Wafra, are already connected to Mada’s network.

Ahmad Ibrahim, GM, Mada, said: “Mada entered the market last year to provide residents in Kuwait with a real wireless Internet solution that is full-ranged and mobile.”

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