Ooredoo Maldives, the country’s second largest wireless operator by subscribers, has made its 4G data service available across its entire mobile pre- and post-paid tariff portfolio, reports vNews.mv. The company claims that its LTE network supports maximum download speeds of 100Mbps. TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database states that Ooredoo began offering commercial 4G LTE services for mobile handset users in Male in early December 2013 and expanded the network to the island of Kaafu Maafushi in August 2014. Two months later the operator said it had successfully tested LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) technology.
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