Vodafone Qatar has connected Asian Town with its state-of-the art GigaNet fibre network, giving thousands of labour workforce access to reliable fixed services, including high-speed Internet, which will also power many of the commercial entities based there.
The GigaNet fibre rollout covers the entire Asian Town, including Plaza Mall and the Mowasalat-Karwa locations, the telecom operator announced on Sunday.
Located close to Doha’s Industrial Area, Asian Town is mainly residential, comprising the adjacent Asian City, but the sports, entertainment, and shopping venue also houses several small businesses.
Vodafone Qatar COO Diego Camberos said: “Vodafone Qatar has long been motivated by a responsibility to bring all members of society into a connected digital community through our technology. Connecting Asian Town is a part of fulfilling that commitment under the “Inclusion for All” pillar of our Company purpose.”
Over 15,000 residential units in Asian Town will be eligible for Vodafone’s latest GigaHome offers to enjoy the latest home Wi-Fi technology. Businesses will also benefit from the wide range of services available with GigaNet Fibre, including access to Vodafone GigaBusiness plans, offering unlimited data with speeds up to 1Gbps, high-speed corporate Internet, security and fixed voice solutions.
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