Ooredoo yesterday announced that it reached another milestone in November, having connected more than 300,000 homes to the nationwide Ooredoo Fibre Network.
This achievement was recorded on November 20 and marked “another important step for Qatar’s progress to becoming one of the best-connected nations in the world”, the company said in a press statement yesterday.
Earlier this month, a new report from consultants Arthur D Little showed that Qatar is one of the world’s leading fibre nations, with 99% of households in areas covered by Ooredoo Fibre. Ooredoo’s achievement in connecting more than 300,000 homes is another stage in ensuring that every household in the country enjoys the full benefits of the Ooredoo Supernet, the statement notes.
Waleed Mohamed Ebrahim al-Sayed, CEO of Ooredoo Qatar, said: “We continue to strive to ensure that Ooredoo provides the best data experience for everyone in Qatar, and the success of Ooredoo Fibre is one of the key pillars of our Supernet strategy.
“Enabling ultra-fast Internet speeds of up to 1Gbps and providing access to a world of 4K entertainment, Ooredoo Fibre is proving to be one of the most popular services ever offered in Qatar, and we continue to expand and enhance the network to meet the growing demand.”
The success of Ooredoo Fibre in reaching homes across the nation has stimulated the rapid take-up of IPTV, 4K and other smart services in Qatar, with Ooredoo enjoying the highest proportion of 4K television customers of any operator in the world.
Ooredoo’s nationwide rollout of fibre also supports Qatar National Vision 2030, enabling the development of a knowledge-based economy built upon a strong infrastructure foundation.
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