Vodafone Qatar announced today that it has signed a landmark agreement to begin deploying its world-class mobile coverage infrastructure and network across all Manateq projects.
The design, construction and installation of Manateq's telecommunications networks will begin immediately. Effective for ten years, the agreement will provide businesses and customers operating in the logistics parks and industrial zones with high speed access and connectivity to Vodafone's network, including 5G services.
The project highlights Vodafone Qatar's extensive commitment to date in supporting the development of state of the art infrastructure in Qatar and accelerating the country's progress by bringing the latest technologies and innovation to the country.
Vodafone commented ‘We're extremely proud to be providing our vital telecommunications infrastructure and services in the Manateq projects one of the most significant developments in support of Qatar's continued economic success. This latest announcement reflects the continuous momentum behind the development of our world-class network around the country and our commitment to moving Qatar towards becoming one of the most connected and technologically advanced countries in the world.’
Meanwhile, Manateq commented ‘One of the goals of Manateq's role is to encourage Qatar's private sector to participate in the economic diversification and contribute to the future of our great country, and we are very proud to be working with Vodafone to provide the best and latest of technology to our customers. This agreement will bring the full benefit of world-class technology and cutting-edge networks to our projects and we are keen to continue to deliver high quality services, as part of our innovative and customer service excellence.’
Established in 2011, Manateq is a national initiative working to diversify Qatar's economy, deriving from the Qatar National vision 2030, through the provision of world-class infrastructures within strategically placed economic zones that enables domestic and foreign investors to deliver value added products and services to local, regional and international markets. (QNA)
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