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Ooredoo expands SuperNet coverage to 67% of Maldives

Ahmed Aiham
02 August 2020, MVT 12:30
Ooredoo Group and Ooredoo Maldives donated MVR 2.5 million as COVID-19 relief aid to Maldives. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ooredoo Maldives. PHOTO: OOREDOO MALDIVES
Ahmed Aiham
02 August 2020, MVT 12:30

Local telecommunications giant Ooredoo Maldives' Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Najib Khan, stated that Ooredoo now provides over 67 percent of Maldives with its 'SuperNet Broadband'.

"In the fixed line of our business, we ensured that 67 percent of the population is covered using our SuperNet Fibre Broadband network. We have ensured new digital platforms so that people in the islands and the communities have access to the best", noted Ooredoo's MD during a video posted in commemoration of Ooredoo's 15th anniversary.

"As we mark this prosperous occasion, we thank our beloved customers for the continuous support which drives us to continue to provide world class internet services and bring new technologies to establish a digital Maldives", said Najib.

As part of Ooredoo's anniversary celebration, the company also launched various promotional offers throughout the month of August. Customers are advised to visit for additional information regarding the offers.

Ooredoo Maldives, the local subsidiary of the Qatari-based telecommunications company, was established in Maldives on August 1, 2005, as Wataniya Maldives. In December 2013, the company rebranded itself as Ooredoo Maldives.

The company generated a consolidated revenue of over MVR 2 billion, and a net income of MVR 599 million in 2019.