Ooredoo, a leading international telecommunications company based in Qatar, has completed the pre-launch phase for 4G mobile in Algeria, becoming the first operator in the country to provide the superfast Internet service.
Ooredoo Oman has launched a new app, OoredooTalk, enabling its customers to make high quality calls to mobile phones and fixed lines in over two hundred destinations worldwide at the lowest rates in the Sultanate.
The secure app f
Ooredoo in Oman is set to start the trial of an innovative new telecommunications technology that addresses the anticipated surge in demand for data for video streaming, online gaming, social media and more across the sultanate.
Ooredoo today launched its new 1Gbps Fibre plan, the fastest fibre service available in Qatar, as the company continues to upgrade its nationwide Ooredoo Supernet.
Thanks to the new 1Gbps Fibre, Qatar has now become one of only 10
Ooredoo Kuwait, member of international Ooredoo Group, has opened ‘Express Shops’ offering 24x7 mobile services within Alfa and Oula Stations gas stations.
Spread around Kuwait, Ooredoo Express shops are now available
Ooredoo, Qatar's leading telecom provider, has announced the completion of a major Supernet upgrade, adding the new Category 9 LTE-Advanced standard to its mobile network.
This brings multiple 4G frequencies together to suppor
Qatari telecoms company Ooredoo has mandated banks for a forthcoming US dollar bond, according to sources.
The Doha-based firm has picked a number of banks including ANZ, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citigroup and HSBC, the sour
Ooredoo Kuwait, a member of the international Ooredoo Group, has launched tailor-made internet packages that offer customers a wide range of internet volume and devices at competitive prices.
The new internet packages give costume
Top telecom group Ooredoo has signed a three-year deal with technology leader Nokia, as it continues to enhance the strength, speed and coverage of the Ooredoo Supernet in Qatar.
The agreement, which will see Nokia upgrading and e
Qatari telecom operator Ooredoo reported a 75 per cent rise in first-quarter net profit on Wednesday driven by foreign exchange gains from Indonesia and Myanmar.
The earnings of the former monopoly, which operates in about a dozen