Omantel expands FTTH coverage in the Sultanate

Operator offers VAS for new subscriptions as well as upgrades
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Triple play operator, Omantel has extended its fibre optic services to in some more areas of North Batinah governorate, according to The Muscat Daily. 

Customers in several areas in the wilayats of Sohar, Suwaiq, Saham, Shinas and Liwa will be now able to avail high-speed fibre optic technology (FTTH). 

Haitham Abdullah al Kharusi, vice president, consumer business unit, Omantel said: “We left no stone unturned to enable the sultanate to be at the forefront of technology application, with some of the highest connectivity and smartphone usage rates in the GCC through converged networks. We are delighted to announce the extension of our FTTH coverage to new areas in North Batinah and are honoured to be Oman’s digital partner of choice with the largest fibre optic network in the sultanate.”

“In line with the government’s vision for digital transformation, Omantel heavily invests in expanding its operations in the sultanate, and ensuring that our robust telecom infrastructure is more accessible to people. By generating an enriched experience for our customers, we help promote digital inclusion for the community around us,” Bakhit Salim Kashoob, senior manager of Omantel in Batinah, Musandam and Buraimi added.

Upon subscription, customers will get free internet for one month as well as a free WiFi router. 

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