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Dhiraagu Wins Fastest Mobile Network Award Again

For the third time, Dhiraagu has won the 'Country's Fastest Mobile Network' award from Ookla.

29 February 2024, MVT 14:50
Dhiraagu wins fastest mobile network award by Ookla
29 February 2024, MVT 14:50

For the third time, Dhiraagu has won the 'Country's Fastest Mobile Network' award from Ookla.

This is the third consecutive year that Dhiraagu, the country's largest communications company, has won the award. This time, the award was given to Dhiraagu based on the performance of the third to fourth quarter of the current financial year.

Ookla presented the award to Dhiraagu at the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2024 in Barcelona, Spain. Ismail Rasheed, CEO and Managing Director of Dhiraagu, received the award on behalf of Dhiraagu.

Speaking after receiving the award, CEO Ismail said that it was due to the efforts of the entire team and the special commitment given by the company in providing the best service and quality experience to its customers. He acknowledged Dhiraagu as the fastest mobile network in the country and thanked the customers who remain with the company.

Stephen Bye, President and CEO of Ookla, a division of Ziff Davis, said Dhiraagu was awarded after a detailed study of the speed test. "It is an award given to mobile network operators who show extraordinary speed and performance compared to major mobile networks in the market during Q3 to Q4 2023," he said.

He said it was a shining testimony to Dhiraagu's efforts last year to provide quality services to its customers.

Ookla is a world-renowned company for conducting various applications, data and analyses that test fixed broadband and mobile networks. SpeedTest, Okla's flagship network testing platform, has been collecting a lot of information on the performance and quality of networks around the world on a daily basis.

Dhiraagu is the largest telecommunication and digital service provider in the Maldives by providing 100 per cent mobile 4G coverage to 187 inhabited islands, resorts and industrial islands.

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