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Posted On: 29 June 2009 10:02 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:09 pm

Qtel further upgrades ADSL service

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Qtel has further upgraded its ADSL service, with the launch of two new speed ranges offering faster browsing experience for broadband internet users. Customers now have a wider choice of speed options, with 4Mbps or 8Mbps now available with the service. The higher speeds will enable customers to download films, music and games faster and more easily. The enhanced speeds now available are among the many benefits delivered through Qtel’s major ADSL upgrade, which began on 1 April 2009 as part of its ongoing ’Broadband Anywhere’ initiative. The new 4Mbps speed is available for QR400 a month, with the 8Mbps plan costing QR600. Both new speeds are subject to technical feasibility, the company said yesterday. In May this year, Qtel doubled the speed for all ADSL and Mozaic TV+ customers for free, as part of a series of enhancements to the company’s Broadband services. Adel Al Mutawa, Executive Director, Group Communications said, “We are delighted to offer these new speed plans to customers who want an even faster browsing experience. Our top-end 8Mbps plan will make it easier and faster than ever for people to enjoy downloads and video streaming at anytime. We will continue to invest in the expansion of our Broadband network, to increase availability and to ensure that speeds will be able to keep pace with the growing demands of new applications.” Existing ADSL customers can upgrade simply by calling 111 and new customers should visit any Qtel Shop to apply for service. Further information is available at Qtel’s website at