Qatar is undertaking its telecoms network upgrade after Ooredoo announced the launch of Ooredoo SuperNet.
According to The Peninsula newspaper, Ooredoo will introduce three-band carrier aggregation, enabling the company to reach higher maximum top speeds and offer customers faster on-average Internet speeds.
The company, the paper reported, is expanding to aggregate spectrum across three bands to deliver another evolution in speed and performance for Qatar's mobile Internet to provide a theoretical maximum speed of 375 megabits per second available to customers as and when high-speed devices come onto the market.
Ooredoo Qatar CEO Sheikh Saud bin Nasser Al Thani told the paper: "The SuperNet has been designed to give customers the smoothest, most streamlined Internet experience, and we continue to deliver technological upgrades that offer direct benefits for customers. "Our fixed and mobile networks have been designed to be fast. We were the first company in Qatar to offer a 4G+ experience delivered through aggregating two bands on the network. We have made the leap to three, as we offer a continuous upgrade for our customers."