Ooredoo officially launches 10 Gbps fibre at MWC 2017

Operator hopes the upgrade will enable launch of next-gen services like 5G and 8K TV
Waleed Al Sayed: Demonstrating Ooredoo’s data experience leadership.
Waleed Al Sayed: Demonstrating Ooredoo’s data experience leadership.


Ooredoo has officially launched 10 Gbps fibre at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. The telco had conducted trials for the same in December 2016 and is now expanding the service as part of a nationwide roll-out. 

Waleed Al Sayed, CEO, Ooredoo Qatar, said: “This week is all about demonstrating Ooredoo’s data experience leadership, and we continue to set new milestones by expanding and enhancing the Ooredoo Supernet for mobile and fibre customers.”

Currently the 10Gpbs package, which costs QR 7,500 per month, is only available for select customers in Doha. According to the telco, the 10 Gbps package includes the Ooredoo TV service and speeds supposedly up to 10Gbps.



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