Qatar’s Ooredoo hits 150,000 fibre users

Telco plans other bespoke packages before year-end
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Qatar's incumbent telecoms operator Qatar has announced that it now has 150,000 direct fibre access subscribers for its broadband Internet and ‘Mozaic' IPTV services.

Only six months previously the telco reported 100,000 subscribers on the fibre network.

‘Ooredoo Fibre' packages include fixed voice, broadband Mozaic high-definition (HD) TV channels and access to the multi-screen add-on ‘Mozaic GO', which delivers content through Wi-Fi and Ooredoo's mobile network.

Ooredoo also announced plans to launch other bespoke user packages before the end of the calendar year. 

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