Yesterday, Ooredoo Maldives revealed that they have extended their Fibre SuperNet Broadband services to the North, with the introduction of SuperNet in Hdh. Hanimaadhoo. The service was launched with a plethora of fixed broadband options featuring incredible speeds up to 100Mbps and a very special promotion.
The launching event was complemented by an exciting offer for the people of Hanimaadhoo! Customers signing up for the service in the first three months can delight in receiving 300GB bonus data and be included in the football fun of Ooredoo World Cup Foari Campaign. Lucky winners in the campaign will get the rare opportunity to watch the semifinals of the World Cup live in Qatar, therefore, hurry up and stand in line to win this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Speaking on the occasion Chief Commercial Officer of Ooredoo Maldives, Hussain Niyaz remarked that they are elated to extend service to Hdh. Hanimaadhoo in an effort to upgrade the lives of residents through access to quality internet services He added that introduction of SuperNet service in Hanimaadhoo provides the chance for more people to participate in the Ooredoo World Cup lucky draw and watch a Semi Final match live in Qatar.”
In line with the company’s efforts to provide affordable services, Ooredoo has taken their SuperNet plans up a notch by facilitating quintuple speeds and larger allowances such as add-ons with faster throttled speeds.
In addition to this, Ooredoo was the first to introduce Data Rollover service to its SuperNet customers, allowing remaining data from the previous month to be forwarded to the next month’s package. Moreover, with the introduction of SuperNet Voice, customers can reap the benefits of clear, seamless landline connections, ideal for home offices and small businesses.
With the maximization of SuperNet services for popular applications including Facebook, Youtube, Netflix, Gaming and etc., residents of the island can truly experience the internet at the lowest prices available in the market. To subscribe to Ooredoo SuperNet packages please visit http://ore.do/getsupernet.