With thrilling connectivity speed of up to 100Mbps, Ooredoo Maldives has introduced their SuperNet Fixed Broadband services to Hoarafushi island in Haa Alif atoll.
The company’s Acting Chief Commercial Officer Hussain Niyaz stated that this is part of the telecommunications provider’s efforts to provide high-speed internet services across the nation, at a time the country is locked in a battle with the Covid-19 pandemic which has led to everyone heavily relying on digital technology to keep them connected.
Ooredoo Maldives hopes to expand their efforts to bring revolutionary social and economic progress to the people, said Niyaz, who revealed that the service has been introduced to six islands thus far this year, the latest being to Hoarafushi island which will allow the island community to connect to new opportunities and explore the digital world.
Niyaz expressed pride in having launched the service in the island and stated that they will always be working to provide more opportunities to explore digital services.
The company has been upgrading their SuperNet packages to fit customer needs. With the changes, customers will be able to enjoy high-throttle internet speed, five times faster and with 68 percent additional data.
The introduction of SuperNet Fixed Broadband services in Hoarafushi will prove to be beneficial to customers consuming their services from the island and customers will be able to access a wide variety of packages.
The telecom provider’s SuperNet comes with a number of plans that may be customized to suit the varying requirements of consumers.
Since its establishment, the telecom giant has been resilient in providing fast connectivity to its consumer base, and has been expanding its efforts to do so, since the global Covid-19 pandemic surfaced in Maldives.