Telecom provider Ooredoo is expanding its 5G Home Internet to reach more homes across Oman.
Introduced earlier this year, it is accessible in selected areas across Muscat, Al Batinah, Al Wusta, Ash Sharqiyah, Ad Dakhliyah. Ad Dhahriah, and Dhofar, and more areas are being connected.
According to a statement, Ooredoo’s 5G is offering lower latencies, faster downloads, and supporting more connected devices than ever before.
The Director of Branding and Communications at Ooredoo, Feras bin Abdullah Al Sheikh, said, “Consumers in Oman are always hungry for the latest technologies that will enrich their digital lives and 5G is designed to do exactly that. More than just enhancing gaming, video, downloading to streaming, it will open the door to so much more. It’s our aim to help as many people as possible enjoy the internet and we are continually working on expanding our network to ensure that happens, while placing Oman firmly in the global race towards digital innovation.”
Ooredoo is planning to construct and install more 5G stations over the next five years to provide everything from entertainment and education, to scientific research and healthcare.