Batelco starts upgrading its network

Customers may experience temporary disruption to their service
Muna Al Hashemi, CEO at Batelco Bahrain.
Muna Al Hashemi, CEO at Batelco Bahrain.

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Batelco is rolling out its fibre network across Bahrain, as the company aims to deliver super-fast fixed broadband for all areas. The operator is also upgrading its entire network system including its 4G and 3G. Customers may experience temporary disruption to their service.

Muna Al Hashemi, CEO at Batelco Bahrain said that the company’s investment to enhance its networks and improve quality of services was part of the company’s strategy to meet the high expectations of its subscribers.

“This significant transformation will allow us to offer customers a greater experience and meet their ever-increasing demands. As a customer centric organisation, we listen to feedback from our customers and strive daily to ensure they are happy with our services,” she said.

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