Ooredoo revamps its TV service

Ooredoo TV replaces Mozaic TV and comes in four packages.
Al Sayed: Customers will be delighted and amazed.
Al Sayed: Customers will be delighted and amazed.

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Ooredoo has launched Ooredoo tv, which will replace its existing Mozaic TV service. According to a statement, the new service represents an 'evolution' in home entertainment services, combining apps, on-demand content and live television in one box.

Waleed Al Sayed, chief executive officer, Ooredoo Qatar, said: “This is a proud day for Ooredoo, as we take home entertainment to the next level in Qatar. Ooredoo tv will deliver more power, more choice and a smoother experience for customers and deploy the full strength of the Ooredoo Supernet.

"Our Mozaic TV customers will be amazed at how easy it is to upgrade to Ooredoo tv, and will be delighted by the quality of service when they do.”

The service is segmented into four packages: Arabia Extra, Asian Extra, International Extra and Super Extra (which combines the previous three packages in one). All bundles will come with 10 Mbps Broadband and access to a landline with free local calls.

Viewers will also be able to access Ooredoo’s movies on demand library, and have access to the Ooredoo tv Club, with unlimited content from ABC Studios and Disney.

To help existing customers move to the new services, Mozaic TV and broadband users can visit any Ooredoo shop and collect the new Ooredoo tv box to take home.

Ooredoo says that the new service also supports 4K, although it did not elaborate on when 4K content would me made available.

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