Batelco has signed a partnership agreement with Durrat Al Bahrain management that will see the launch of super-fast Fibre Internet services for residents of the development which is located in the South of Bahrain.
Batelco Bahrain CEO Eng. Muna Al Hashemi and Durrat Al Bahrain CEO Eng. Mahmood AbdulRahman signed the agreement during a recent meeting at Batelco’s Hamala headquarters.
This launch is part of Batelco’s network expansion plans to deliver super-fast Internet services all over the Kingdom.
As a special launch offer, Durrat Al Bahrain residents can benefit from exclusive offers which have been designed especially and exclusively for them. Batelco’s Roadshow Sales team will be available in Durrat Al Bahrain to register customers and help them choose the best package to meet their requirements.
Eng. Al Hashemi said that Batelco was delighted to enter into the partnership with Durrat Al Bahrain management in order to enable the delivery of Batelco’s extensive portfolio of services for residents of this unique residential location.
“We have been investing continuously over recent years to expand our Fibre network into new developments throughout the Kingdom. We are very pleased with the progress made so far and also with the enthusiastic response from customers who have subscribed for the Fibre services,” she added.
Eng. AbdulRahman said, “We at Durrat Al Bahrain continuously strive to provide our residents with the latest developed services from infrastructure and building technologies to a comfortable and sustainable living environment. With the advancement of technology available in the Kingdom of Bahrain, we are now able to extend the same superior services to our residents in Durrat Al Bahrain, this time with Batelco’s super-fast Fibre internet services.”
Furthermore, the CEO of Durrat explained that this move came after an open invitation to all the four major operators in the island, which Batelco won by their comprehensive offer of services.
“This move was supported by the representatives of the shareholders of Durrat Al Bahrain Project in the Board; Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company and Kuwait Finance House – Bahrain,” he explained.