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Posted On: 13 February 2016 05:21 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:55 pm

Ooredoo’s 300Mbps Fibre Speeds Now Available in Qatar

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Ooredoo has today announced that its free speed upgrade on the Ooredoo Fibre network is now live. With the upgrade, all 50Mbps home fibre plans received a double speed increase to 100Mbps, while existing 100Mbps plans were boosted to 300Mbps – the fastest home fixed line connection ever offered.


On top of the speed boost, Ooredoo is also offering to all Fibre customers a QR 100 discount on a new enhanced Supernet Fibre Wi-Fi Broadband Gateway for all 100Mbps and 300Mbps customers. The Supernet Fibre Wi-Fi Broadband Gateway is a new device that supports more than 40 simultaneous connections, to satisfy even the most demanding of homes and employs the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi specifications.

Yousuf Abdulla Al-Kubaisi, COO, Ooredoo Qatar, said: “We’re introducing a range of exciting new devices to let our customers experience the full power of the Ooredoo Supernet. Our new gateway device can boost speeds and give customers incredible Wi-Fi access to our 300Mbps Fibre plan.”

Since May 2015, all new Fibre connections have been automatically provided with the new device, but for customers wishing to upgrade or buy another device, Ooredoo has introduced the new device offer. With the promotion, valid till the end of April, the device can be purchased in Ooredoo Shops for QR 399, instead of the usual QR 499 for all 100Mbps and 300Mbps customers.

The Ooredoo Fibre network is available across Qatar, with more than 260,000 homes and businesses currently benefiting from super-fast Internet and next generation services. Since its launch in 2011, the Fibre network has not only transformed the broadband internet market but also the digital entertainment industry in Qatar, enabling customers to enjoy Next Generation Mozaic TV with high-definition programming and a range of advanced features.

Customers who want to join the “Fibre revolution,” can view the fibre availability map on Ooredoo’s website. The map allows customers to check if they are in a fibre-ready “Green” area and shows customers how to apply for a fibre upgrade. In some cases customers are limited to the maximum speed 100 Mbps. If this applies Ooredoo has a special offer ready for them.

Detailed offers, pricing and tips how to measure the speed properly is available at, on the “At Home” section.