VIVA expands broadband portfolio
Manama, May 26, 2013
Viva Bahrain, the newest player in the Bahrain telecom sector, has launched a revolutionary range of broadband plans, bringing unique features and added benefits of customization to its customers.
VIVA’s entirely new concepts of broadband ‘Multi Sim Data’ and ‘Truly Unlimited’ plans and add-ons, offer innovative features that cater to today’s customers broadband usage needs offering exceptional speed, shared data quotas, unlimited access from anywhere and everywhere for both pre-paid and post-paid customers.
Chief commercial officer Andrew Hanna said the customers’ broadband needs have become more sophisticated with increased data usage, ongoing demand for fast data access and remote connectivity.
"All of these elements are key driving forces for the creation of our new broadband plans. With the new plans including a sharing capability, family members can share and enjoy access to superfast broadband with customized packages that offerinnovative features, more value for money and an enhanced broadband experience without having to worry about limited data quotas," he noted.
All postpaid quota plans include a first-of-its-kind sharing capability which allows data of the main line to be shared through additional SIM cards available for low cost, he explained.
The sharing feature means that family members, for example, can use their phones, laptops and tablets using the same broadband line, yet each having their individual SIM card.
In all ‘Multi Sim Data’ plans, two add-ons are also available for customers that wish to increase their data based on customized requirements.
"An array of ‘Truly Unlimited’ plans have also been created for customers who want to download without worrying about limitations or data thresholds. These plans allow consistent download speeds for users and are ideally suited for customers who regularly streamline and download high volumes of data such as TV programmes or films," he added.
The extraspeed add-on, available with the ‘Truly Unlimited’ plans, allows customers to boost their speed for a specific period of time and make the most of their download experience.-TradeArabia News Service
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