In a statement yesterday, the operator said the network will be expanded to cover new areas in the country, and upgraded to provide faster mobile broadband connections for subscribers.
This means that Batelco will be able to offer enhanced cloud and multimedia services to a larger part of the population.
"Consumers will benefit from the upgraded mobile broadband network and have access to the Internet at speeds of up to 150 megabits per second.
"We are confident that with
Support for LTE roaming is also introduced by means of the new
"The successful partnership between Batelco and
"Batelco continues to expand their network for exponential data growth, and we have once again been trusted to help them deliver a superior mobile-broadband experience to their subscribers."
Batelco is one of three licensed full service mobile telecommunications operators in
"The additional spectrum will allow us to enhance our services to all our customers across the kingdom,"
"Batelco was the first to launch LTE in
In a separate statement, Batelco said it has introduced a convenient online payment system, eDebit, for its business customers.
It enables business customers to settle their bills online and directly from their bank account, with the service operating through banks' direct debit payment services.
Features of the new service include: one-click bill payment, flexible payment limit, control over payment amount and date, facility to manage and monitor payment status, automatic approval process for payments and electronic receipts.
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