Zain Saudi scores high-speed mobile broadband project for rural areas

First stage of the project will serve more than 140,000 citizens in 13 provinces
HH Prince Naif bin Sultan bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Zain Saudi Arabia
HH Prince Naif bin Sultan bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Zain Saudi Arabia

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Zain Saudi Arabia will be awarded with the first high-speed mobile broadband project for rural areas, as announced by the CITC. The first stage which will handled by Zain Saudi will serve more than 140,000 citizens in 13 provinces.

HH Prince Naif bin Sultan bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Zain Saudi Arabia highlighted the trust shown by the CITC to choose Zain, emphasising that the company’s heavy investment on its network infrastructure will enable it to adopt the latest and most advanced technologies in this project.

Eng. Sultan Abdulaziz Al-Deghaither, CTO at Zain Saudi Arabia said: “This project will be handled with the utmost commitment and highest priority. It is well known the providing MBB services in all over the country is one of the strategic objectives of the sector in the National Transformation Program 2020.”

 

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