Oman's Ooredoo offers two months free with Super Fibre Home Internet plan

Valid for one month only, until 5 October, new customers who sign up to the 20 Mbps plan with a 12-month contract, at just OMR 28 per month, will be able to take advantage of the high-speed service, paying only for 10 months
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Ooredoo, are offering two months free on their Super Fibre Home Internet.

Valid for one month only, until 5 October, new customers who sign up to the 20 Mbps plan with a 12-month contract, at OMR 28 per month, will be able to take advantage of the high-speed service, paying only for 10 months.

“Ooredoo’s fibre roll-out gives fantastic connectivity to more and more homes across Oman. Our Super Fibre Home Internet offers a range of competitively-priced plans, and this offer gives even more value so that the whole family can stay connected for longer, compromising on speed. There is no better time to try it out.” Feras bin Abdullah Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo

Ooredoo’s Super Fibre plans give users unlimited streaming, and high speed downloads and uploads . Customers can also tap into a host of benefits like add-on boosters to double, triple or quadruple their speeds, free installation, unlimited Ooredoo fixed minutes, and international discounted minutes.

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