Ooredoo Signs MoU With Ministry of Education to Connect Hundreds of Schools Across Oman to Its Madrasati Offering
Unlocking youth potential through the power of digitalisation, Ooredoo signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Education to connect hundreds of schools across the country to its unique offering to the education sector (Madrasati), via its Super Fibre and LTE network. The partnership will help to drive the government’s strategy to offer an integrated education system and enrich the learning experience across the country.
Sultan bin Ahmed Al Wahaibi, Chief Business and Wholesale Officer at Ooredoo, said, “Digital transformation has impacted the way we do everything, including learn. Today, education is no longer bound to text books and school walls, but has expanded to include a wealth of technologies and practices that are more collaborative and interactive. We are proud to be the chosen digital partner by the Ministry of Education and are confident that together we will help connect the youth to a world of learning opportunities that will shape their future.”
Ooredoo will equip the schools with dynamic solutions including Super Fibre, Fast internet and voice. Empowering the next generation of leaders, the company continuously looks to introduce and support initiatives and programmes that help future generations build their capabilities and enhance their skillsets.
We are on a mission to empower customers across our global footprint to access and enjoy the best of the Internet in a way that is personal and unique to them.
We continue to invest in our networks to ensure seamless connectivity that caters to our customers’ growing digital needs.
We are working as a real digital enabler across our markets and our aspiration is to help people simplify their lives and enjoy exciting and rewarding digital experiences.
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