2Connect offers new broadband package
Manama, August 7, 2008
Bahrain-based telecommunications company 2Connect has launched its latest Internet business service, a 10Mbit/s burstable bandwidth package.
’Companies in Bahrain have been waiting for such an Internet package. Burstable bandwidth allows the customer throughput bursts to cater for unusual or irregular peaks in demand without incurring additional cost for those peaks,’ said 2Connect, vice-president marketing Francis Pepin.
’By adding this 10Mbit/s burstable bandwidth package to our product portfolio, we are addressing the growing demand for faster connectivity and improved download speeds.
’We are the first to offer such a range of Burstable bandwidth Internet packages which are superior to their ADSL counterparts both in terms of speed and performance.
’The selection of speeds we offer helps our customers optimise their business performance by allowing them to choose the package that suites their needs.’
’We do not compete on price but rather on value and service to our customers,’ he said.
’We demark ourselves by being consultants to our corporate customers and choose quality and reliability first.
’We employ the best engineers and pre-sales support to ensure we have the expertise in-house to deliver and exceed our customers’ expectations.
’We have an entire business unit looking after customer satisfaction and service,’ he said.
Burstable bandwidth Internet packages currently offered through 2Connect’s network include speeds of up to 4Mbit/s, 6 Mbit/s, 8Mbit/s and, now, 10Mbit/s. - TradeArabia News Service
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