Ooredoo Maldives launched SuperNet Fixed Broadband services to GDh. Fiyoari on Thursday, offering a wide range of fixed broadband packages with speeds up to 100mbps.
Ooredoo Maldives’ Chief Commercial Officer Hussain Niyaz said the company was committed to providing quality fixed broadband services across Maldives.
“Our Fixed Broadband, SuperNet plans are offering the best plans clubbed with massive data allowances, higher speeds and data rollover service. With great speeds and quality network coverage, we are delighted to connect the people of Fiyoari to more opportunities,” he said.
Niyaz said Ooredoo now provides SuperNet services to 75 percent of the population, and remained committed to increase the company’s broadband footprint across the country.
Ooredoo Maldives said its recent revamp was part of the company’s efforts to provide affordable services. With the revamp, the company’s SuperNet plans now provide up to five times the internet speeds, and up to 100 percent bigger allowances including SuperNet add-ons with much faster throttled speeds.
The company also introduced a first in the market benefit - Data Rollover - to all SuperNet customers, where unused data at the end of the month will be carried forward and added to the next month’s package inclusive data.
Ooredoo Maldives also announced its SuperNet Voice service providing crystal clear landline services suited for home offices and small businesses.
The network has also optimized its SuperNet services for popular applications such as Facebook, Youtube, Netflix, Gaming, and more.