Ooredoo Maldives has introduced its 100Mbps SuperNet Fixed Broadband service to the entire Addu atoll.
The service was officially introduced in the southern-most city in presence of Addu City’s mayor Abdulla Sodiq along with Ooredoo Maldives’ chief executive officer Najib Khan and Balaji Srinivasan as well as the communications company’s Director of Sales and Brand Hussain Niyaz.
In his speech, Ooredoo Maldives CEO highlighted on the importance of catering fast internet connection and emphasized on its importance in the globalizing world; linking its vital role in the economic and social prosperity.
According to Mr. Khan the company’s aim right after acquiring license for fixed internet service, was to provide fast internet connection to all parts of Maldives.
“We are delighted to announce the introduction of SuperNet Fixed Broadband service to all the islands of Addu atoll,” said Mr. Najib Khan.
In efforts to the easy introduction of Ooredoo’s SuperNet Fixed Broadband service the company has decided to omit utilizing any activation fees or initial deposits. The broadband packages vary from 2Mbps reaching to 100Mbps; curated for the specific needs of the customers.
Ooredoo has designed the SuperNet packages with best optimization of using popular applications and sites like Facebook, YouTube and Netflix.
The telecommunication company had also opened applications on a 12-month installment basis to purchase the SuperNet router in efforts to further provide easy customer access to the services.