Huawei/Vodafone launch home 5G service in Qatar


With Huawei‘s support, Qatar Vodafone launched a new 5D-powered “Vodafone GigaHome” home networking solution driven by 5G. This continues to play a leading role in promoting digital innovation in the Middle East.

Vodafone 5G

Vodafone GigaHome can cover any room type with a state-of-the-art Gigabit Wi-FiHub powered by its GigaNet network (including 5G and fiber) to ensure Wi-Fi signals are available in every room. In addition, users can enjoy a variety of free services, including live channels, TV shows and on-demand movies from around the world. There is no installation fee for Vodafone GigaHome, no need to move to a new home (can be installed seamlessly).

The basic package provides 5Mbps network connection service at 100Mbps, supports 4-6 terminal devices to connect at the same time and it costs 360 Qatari Rial ($99) per month. The standard package offers a 5Mbps connection service at 500Mbps, and the price is 600 Qatari Rial ($165) per month. The VIP package provides full-rate 5G connection service, supporting more than 10 terminal devices to connect at the same time and it costs 1500 Qatari Rial ($412) per month.

“We are very pleased to offer 5G to Qatar’s families to meet user needs and lifestyle requirements.” Diego Camberos, Chief Operating Officer of Qatar Vodafone said…The launch of Vodafone GigaHome is another important milestone in our clear strategy of leading digital innovation in Qatar. In addition to mobile devices, we have launched a full range of personal and enterprise digital solutions…”

The operator announced last month that it would double the speed of its home fiber networking for all its users. Qatar Vodafone began cooperation with Huawei on 5G in February 2018 and achieved several milestones. In August 2018, it officially announced the opening of the 5G network.

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