Omantel partners with Inmarsat

Partnership to provide satellite communications services for corporate customers
Omantel partners with Inmarsat

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Omantel has announced its partnership with Inmarsat which own and operate three global constellations of 12 satellites flying in geosynchronous orbit to provide Omantel corporate customers with high quality communication solutions and added value services using satellites.

Commenting on this partnership, Ali Bakhit Kashoob, senior manager, Product Development Corporate at Omantel said: “This partnership comes as a response to our corporate customers’ needs and provide them with alternative connectivity solutions. Oman is a blessed country with diversified topography which makes it challenging in some cases for companies operating in difficult terrains to communicate with their headquarters and clients located in different parts of the Sultanate or the entire world”.

“Our partnership with Inmarsat International- the leading provider of global mobile satellite communication services will enable us to offer advanced and reliable seamless voice, broadband data and IP communications solutions across the globe to our corporate customers operating in areas that are not covered by terrestrial networks. Inmarsat has stood at the forefront of the mobile satellite services industry for more than 30 years. The company has a unique and unrivalled experience in designing and operating satellite communications networks” Kashoob explained.

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