Ooredoo and UDC signed MoU to provide smart solutions

Ooredoo and United Development Company (UDC), one of the main public shareholder companies in Qatar and prime contractor for The Pearl-Qatar and Gewan Island, announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to provide combined and intelligent services to The Pearl. – Residents of Qatar. In accordance with the objective of Ooredoo and the SVP to improve people’s digital lives, the two parties intend to work collectively to migrate the delivery of content from the SVP to Ooredoo ONE Broadband and TV service.

In addition to the incredible entertainment already offered with Ooredoo ONE, the UDCC Internet Protocol TV will also be available via Ooredoo ONE, further expanding the range of channels and options from which residents can choose. The Memorandum of Understanding will also pave the way for greater cooperation between the two companies in the areas of developing smart solutions and the concept of smart homes to achieve the Qatar National Vision 2030.

Commenting on this MoU, Ibrahim Jassim Al Othman, UDC President and Chief Executive Officer and Member of The Board, declared ‘’This agreement with Ooredoo shows our commitment to delivering the best experience for our residents and customers at The Pearl-Qatar by providing the most-advanced smart solutions that improve the lives of the residents and investors at The Pearl-Qatar, by providing Ooredoo’s integrated services to their homes at competitive prices.’’

‘’We’re committed to Qatar Vision 2030’s goal of a digitalised society, and committed to providing the best possible products and services to our customers. We’re delighted and proud to have signed this MoU with UDC, as it enables us to enhance the benefits of living on The Pearl-Qatar with our amazing Ooredoo ONE service. We’re sure residents of The Pearl-Qatar will enjoy the superior Wi-Fi coverage, speeds and reliability, and the awesome entertainment on offer.’’  Added Yousuf Al Kubaisi, Ooredoo Chief Operating Officer, added