Vodafone Qatar announced it has expanded the roll out of its GigaNet fibre network in Lusail City’s Marina District and Fox Hills with customers already starting to enjoy a number of Vodafone services.
This fibre network enables Lusail City’s residents to enjoy Vodafone’s home internet solutions- GigaHome.
In addition to high-speed Internet, Vodafone GigaHome covers homes of every size with guaranteed Wi-Fi in every room using a state of the art Giga-Wi-Fi Hub.
Alongside this, customers can enjoy free lifestyle offers including ‘The ENTERTAINER’ and ‘WAVO’ by OSN that provides “great” family entertainment with live channels from across the globe, TV shows and on-demand movies.
For businesses, Vodafone Qatar’s fibre enables a large suite of business services including high-speed Corporate Internet, security services, broadband and fixed voice solutions.
In April 2018, Vodafone Qatar and Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company signed an extensive agreement that sets Lusail City on course to become one of the most technologically advanced and connected cities in the world.
Since then, Vodafone Qatar has been building a world-class telecommunications infrastructure in the city that includes superior mobile coverage and a high-speed fibre technology network.
Once complete, Vodafone Qatar’s telecommunications infrastructure will cover the entire City spanning an area of 38 square kilometres and will benefit an estimated 200,000 people – the eventual population of Lusail City.
Customers can learn more about Vodafone’s fixed services and how to sign up to a Vodafone broadband plan at www.vodafone.qa/gigahome.
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