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Ooredoo has signed an agreement with Oman Munitions Production Company (OMPC) to provide the high-profile government-owned company with a full suite of advanced business telecommunication solutions. As part of the partnership, Ooredoo will provide best-in-class Internet Professional packages, Business Data, Mobile and Voice services all backed by its modernised network and team of experts.

Greg Young, CEO of Ooredoo, said: ""In today's highly digital world, businesses need to feel confident in the technology they use to stay connected, remain competitive and drive productivity. Our agreement with OMPC will provide them all of this and more, through a comprehensive range of innovative, unique and tailored products and services that will meet their evolving needs.""

He added: ""This partnership is a translation of our determination to champion growth and development of the Sultanate's public and private sectors, underlining the strength, and reliability of our telecommunication solutions.""

Engineer Ibrahim Bin Ali Bulushi, project director of OMPC - Oman Munitions Production Company, said: ""Under this agreement Ooredoo will provide OMPC with high quality communication services that will assist in the operations of the factory.""

As one of Oman's leading communications providers, Ooredoo has been steadfast on inspiring its business customers with market-leading services and technology to enhance their efficiency and performance. Today, its wide range of business solutions include the competitive Shahry Business Packs, fixed voice services over a state-of-the-art network, Ooredoo Internet Enterprise and Internet Enterprise Advanced to name but a few.

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