Batelco rolls out broadband package for SMEs
Manama, October 7, 2012
Bahrain’s leading telecom services provider Batelco has unveiled its Business Light Packages that offer ideal solution for small businesses with basic broadband requirements.
Three new contract packages - 512Kbps, 1MB and 2MB - are available all delivering unlimited threshold with high speeds and low prices, a statement from Batelco.
Batelco broadband which utilises ADSL2 technology delivers top quality reliable services for its customers.
The company’s Internet service is provisioned over a cutting edge NGN (Next Generation Network) connected to the public Internet network through highly diversified international links connecting Batelco to the outside world through different locations.
Batelco said in addition to unlimited threshold, the Business Light packages will provide customes with two free email accounts with 500MB of mailbox size/storage each.
Batelco Group GM (Media Relations) Ahmed Al Janahi said that the company continuously reviews all its products and services to better serve all its customers.
“We are very pleased to be delievering new Broadband packages designed with small business customers in mind. Batelco considers the needs of its customers as its number one priority and responds to their feedback by developing services that improve their communication facilities,” Al Janahi stated.
Existing customers on Batelco’s single user non-contract packages have the option to stay on their current packages or move to one of the new Business Light contract packages to avail of greater benefits, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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