Nawras launches LTE for smartphones

Telco introduces packages for LTE service starting at 1GB for $13
Musab Al-Haddabi, mobile data senior product manager, Nawras.
Musab Al-Haddabi, mobile data senior product manager, Nawras.


Omani operator Nawras has launched LTE for smartphones. Customers can add the new service to their existing monthly data plans, allowing them to access mobile broadband speeds that are more than three times faster than 3G.

Musab Al-Haddabi, mobile data senior product manager, Nawras, said: “Our high speed 4G network is designed to support data-hungry applications for video streaming, games, movies and much more. We know our customers want a great choice so we have a range of different plans that can be easily activated and enjoyed straight away.”

Plans for the new voice and data service range from 1GB for OR5 ($13) up to 10 GB for OR24 Omani Rials.


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