Ooredoo launches 1Gbps Fibre

Qatar becomes one of the 10 countries in the world providing such speeds for homes
Waleed Al Sayed, Chief Executive Officer, Ooredoo Qatar, and Julien Bertin, HPE Director for MEMA
Waleed Al Sayed, Chief Executive Officer, Ooredoo Qatar, and Julien Bertin, HPE Director for MEMA

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Ooredoo has launched its new 1Gbps fibre plan, the fastest fibre service available in Qatar, as the company continues to upgrade its nationwide Ooredoo Supernet. With this, Qatar has become one of only 10 countries in the world able to provide this fastest-ever fibre connection for homes.

Waleed Al Sayed, chief executive officer, Ooredoo Qatar said: “Ooredoo continues to set new records with our big, fast network, and our on-going investment in our state-of-the-art fibre network means that our customers can enjoy incredible 1Gbps fibre speeds for the first time.”

“We are one of the first operators in the world to launch 1Gbps Fibre home services and the very first in Qatar. Ooredoo believes in future-proofing our network, and we continue to strive to bring our country the latest technology first,” he added.

To celebrate the launch, every customer who upgrades their current Fibre plan to the new breakthrough 1Gbps plan will get two months at no extra charge, before they start to pay the standard monthly price of QR 1,900.

Ooredoo has also launched its luxury ‘Platinum HomeZone’ – a ervice that offers full Wi-Fi Internet coverage for customers with large villas and mansions. The service has been designed in cooperation with HPE Aruba and GBM, to ensure that customers can access the Ooredoo Supernet at top speeds across their homes.

 

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