Nawras is first in Oman to unveil LTE Home Broadband packages [Times of Oman]
(Times of Oman Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Muscat: Nawras has launched their new 4G/LTE Home Broadband services for prepaid and postpaid customers — the first in the Sultanate to do so. Using their LTE network gives customers an online experience up to three times faster than 3G, for everything from surfing to movie downloads, music streaming and online gaming.
The monthly plans come in a range of options for both prepaid and postpaid customers, begins with an entry level bundle offering 10 GB for OMR15, then 25 GB for OMR19, 75 GB for OMR23 and 150 GB for OMR33.
Feras Al Sheikh, Nawras director of Consumer Sales, said, "we are the first operator in Oman to offer LTE Home Broadband and the only operator who is able to have customers up and running on high speed home broadband on the day that they subscribe. We believe customers should not have to wait for home broadband. Everything they need is in the box they leave a Nawras store with, so all customers have to do is plug in a start surfing."
"As of today, the Batinah coast and large parts of Muscat are covered with our LTE Home Broadband and we plan to roll out to the entire Sultanate over the coming months. So everyone will be able to benefit from faster speeds on one of our great value packages which are designed to suit different usage requirements and budgets," he added.
The launch of LTE broadband places Oman alongside the world's leading countries and ensures Nawras is amongst the world's most advanced operators. The company has spent more than OMR95 million to date on upgrading their network to date and will invest a further significant amount on network expansion and modernisation this year.
Nawras embraces the latest technology to help customers stay connected and the launch of LTE Home Broadband is the next step in making communications easier, more versatile and more rewarding. The new and existing customers can sign up to the new service at any of the 29 Nawras stores countrywide.
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