Batelco, Huawei partner to deploy Fibre Experience Van

18/05/2017 07:32 AST

Batelco, Bahrain's leading digital communications services provider, has introduced its innovative new Fibre Experience Van, in collaboration with its partner Huawei, to allow customers to have a hands-on experience of its fibre broadband services in its fibre ready areas.

The brightly coloured Fibre Experience Van will be travelling around various areas of the kingdom where Batelco has developed its state-of-the-art fibre network, to promote the services and offer the best fibre deals in town to existing and new customers.

Batelco is offering a variety of packages designed to suit varying needs and budgets. As part of its roll-out of fibre internet services Batelco has been extending its ambitious plan to reach all areas of Bahrain with its fibre network which delivers speeds of up to 500 Mbps, the company said.

Batelco Bahrain CEO Eng Muna Al Hashemi said Batelco has been investing continuously over recent years to expand the reach of its fibre network to reach all areas including new developments throughout the kingdom.

“We are very pleased with the progress made with rolling out fibre services and with the enthusiastic response from customers. The new van, launched in collaboration with Huawei, will support our fibre drive and deliver fantastic benefits for residents through exclusive offers and discounted rates,” she said.

Huawei Bahrain director Tausif Khan said over the past decade, Huawei and Batelco have collaborated on many of the milestones projects in the kingdom, including the first next generation network deployment, high speed internet broadband in Bahrain.

“Huawei is committed to supporting our partners in connecting communities and enriching people’s lives through better communication solutions, and towards a Smart Kingdom. Huawei has supported Batelco with innovative telecommunications solutions; we look forward to bringing additional value to the organization and to Batelco’s customers.”

Thanks to the amazing high speeds and reliable service offered by Batelco, customers are able to download movies, stream high definition videos, play online games and upload large files in seconds without experiencing any delays, the company said.

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