Continuing its constant innovations across the region, STC has launched the new Quicknet package for high speed-browsing through 3G and 4G networks, for both prepaid and postpaid customers. The package includes a Quicknet SIM (prepaid or postpaid), in addition to 3G and 4G modem.
This modem has dual modes which can switch between 3G and 4G+ networks. This network offers high speeds of up to 10 GB per month. This is considered a first of its kind in the region and customers will experience internet browsing and services at low rates made possible throughout the implementation of 3G and 4G networks.
The Quicknet modem has unique characteristics such as, high quality built and internet speeds of up to 100MB per second through 3G and 4G networks. There is also a data upgrade option to accesses additional speed of 50 MB per second. Quicknet offers 3G internet speeds of 42MB; the modem also supports Micro SD service.
The launch of 4G Quicknet has reinforced STC's commitments to providing customers with the latest services in order to fulfill their expectations and aspirations.
The package is available with multiple unlimited options to all residential markets across the Kingdom. This ties up with STC's initiative to launch 4G LTE technology for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa.
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