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Ooredoo launches SuperNet Fixed Broadband in Manadhoo, Noonu Atoll

Mariyam Malsa
27 September 2020, MVT 08:53
An aerial view of houses in Manadhoo, Noonu Atoll. Telecom giant Ooredoo Maldives has launched SuperNet Fixed Broadband services on the island. PHOTO: FACEBOOK
Mariyam Malsa
27 September 2020, MVT 08:53

Telecom giant Ooredoo Maldives, on Saturday, launched SuperNet Fixed Broadband services in the island of Naifaru, Lhaviyani Atoll.

According to Ooredoo, the newly introduced services will offer "a wide range of fixed broadband packages with exciting speeds up to 100 mbps".

"High-speed broadband service is essential in enabling social and economic progress across communities and providing this service to all people across the nation has always been a key priority to Ooredoo", stated Chief Commercial Officer at Ooredoo Maldives, Hussain Niyaz.

"Today, we are excited to launch our SuperNet Fixed Broadband Service in Manadhoo, connecting its people to new opportunities and allowing its people to truly enjoy the internet. We reassure our commitment and will continue to expand our services to all corners of the nation and enrich the lives of the people of the Maldives."

Ooredoo recently revamped SuperNet plans, providing up to five times the Internet speeds, and up to 68 percent larger allowances, including SuperNet add-ons with faster throttled speeds.

The SuperNet services are also optimised for popular applications such as Facebook, Youtube, Netflix, and Gaming among others.

Ooredoo customers can subscribe to SuperNet packages at