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Making waves at this year’s MWC Barcelona, Vodafone Oman signed a strategic partnership with Digital Virgo that will revolutionize the company’s digital services, paving the way for Vodafone Oman to offer even more exclusive content tailored for today’s young customer needs and lifestyles.  

Capitalizing on Digital Virgo's global expertise, Vodafone will unlock a myriad of instant, trendy, premium value-added content, including video streaming, gaming, entertainment and more, all available through its award-winning My Vodafone App.

At the signing ceremony in Barcelona, Bader Al Zidi, CEO, Vodafone Oman, said: “We have gained valuable insight from our customers during our first year of operations. Most importantly is that the value-add of yesterday is the basic of today, and we need to bring a new dimension to the table. Catering to a digital-savvy young population, our agreement with Digital Virgo is key to allowing us to offer enhanced, cutting-edge digital services, beyond voice and data, and we look forward to seeing the fruit of this agreement come to life in the next few months.”

Guillaume Briche, CEO, Digital Virgo, said: “We are very excited to be partnering with Vodafone, which is one of the most innovative telco operators in the Middle East. Through this agreement, we are keen to deploy our expertise in supporting the company further enhance its digital services in Oman, giving customers fast, easy and secure access to quality content.”

At MWC Barcelona, Vodafone’s delegation will also be attending key sessions and meetings, exploring new technologies and partnerships with industry leaders. Since its launch, Vodafone has been committed to building a digital business model, from its fully digital onboarding and eStores to highly customized digital solutions, fully integrated IT and networks, and subscription-based services. Today, Vodafone in Oman is 100% digital, with a network that was constructed as one of the only fully cloud-based networks in the region.

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