Revealed: the fastest network in Bahrain

Telecommunication Regulatory Authority report says it's Zain Bahrain.
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A new report by Bahrain’s Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) says Zain Bahrain has the fastest average internet speeds in the kingdom.

According to the latest TRA Quarterly Fixed Broadband Quality Service Report, Zain Bahrain earned the highest ranking for HTTP download speeds for fixed wireless broadband residential packages, while also improving in a number of key performance indicators.

Salah Jalal, Zain Bahrain’s acting director of technology, said the results were encouraging. “This is yet another testimony for Zain Bahrain’s leadership in the telecommunication industry. We are proud to be recognised once more as the fastest network provider in the Kingdom, and we remain committed as we grow from strength to strength in providing our customers with the ultimate internet experience.”

Recently, Zain Bahrain has expanded its network capacity in the kingdom by investing in new technologies. According to the company, this has involved “utilising the latest state-of-the-art technologies,” enabling it “to further strengthen its leading position in broadband technology innovation.”

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