Vodafone Qatar Makes 5G Available For All Customers

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Doha, 24 August 2019

Vodafone Qatar announced today that all Vodafone SIM cards are now 5G-ready. All Vodafone customers, on any of its prepaid or postpaid mobile plans, have the chance to experience the benefits of high-speed 5G mobile connectivity.

The benefits of Vodafone 5G are exceptional; ultra-fast network speeds and low latency enables faster, seamless connectivity. Customers can stream a major sporting event with no delay and download a full HD film in mere seconds.

Vodafone customers can use 5G services on either of the compatible devices currently available in Vodafone stores, the Huawei Mate 20 x 5G and Xiaomi Mi 5G.

Vodafone Qatar Chief Operating Officer, Diego Camberos, said: “Vodafone Qatar is delighted to extend to all of our loyal customers a new way to experience the Internet with 5G mobile network connectivity. This newest achievement marks yet another milestone in Vodafone Qatar’s commitment to meeting the growing demand for digital innovation while continuously transforming the consumer experience using the potential of 5G.”

Since switching on its 5G network a year ago, Vodafone Qatar has been leading the deployment of 5G across the country. Vodafone Qatar’s 5G network is live in dozens of residential locations across Qatar including Al Waab, Abu Hamour, Al Azizya, Al Mamoura, Al Rayyan, Umm Salal Muhammed, Khartiyat, Al Hilal, Muntazah, Muraykh and Al Sadd.

For more information on 5G, please visit https://www.vodafone.qa/en/network/5G.

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Editor and publisher Ashraf Siddiqui is a well known Qatar based journalist and a social worker. He has been in Arabian Gulf Peninsula over 4 decades and enjoys rich knowledge on Middle East affairs

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