Vodafone Qatar has announced that it has completed the rollout of its GigaNet fibre network across The Pearl-Qatar island with customers already enjoying a number of Vodafone services.
Vodafone Qatar’s fibre network enables the island’s residents to experience premium services through its high-speed Internet and high-quality fixed voice.
Vodafone will soon be also offering customers entertainment and smart home services, the company has said in a statement.
For businesses, Vodafone Qatar’s fibre enables a large suite of business services, including smart solutions, smart security and smart metering.
These technologies will help organisations operating at The Pearl-Qatar "optimise, automate and innovate".
In April 2018, Vodafone Qatar and United Development Company, the island’s master developer, signed an agreement that would "see The Pearl-Qatar benefit from Vodafone Qatar’s world-class telecommunications infrastructure, including superior mobile coverage and a high-speed fibre technology network, capable of handling speeds of up to 1Gbps".
More than 27,000 of The Pearl-Qatar’s current residents and 700 businesses will benefit from Vodafone Qatar’s high-speed fibre network, the statement notes.
As a unique and innovative urban development in Doha spanning over 4mn sqm of land, The Pearl-Qatar island offers its residents and visitors the "ultimate luxury and lifestyle experience in addition to being a preferred investment destination for residential, commercial and retail/business investors".
The Pearl-Qatar also plays host to the latest retail and hospitality offerings from the world's leading brands and restaurants.
Customers can learn more about Vodafone’s fixed services and how to sign up to a Vodafone broadband plan at www.vodafone.qa.
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