Muriya Partners with Omantel to Upgrade Telecoms/IT Solutions at Salalah and Sifah



Ahmed Dabbous, CEO Muriya signing agreement with Talal Bin Saeed Al Mamari, CEO Omantel
Ahmed Dabbous, CEO Muriya signing agreement with Talal Bin Saeed Al Mamari, CEO Omantel


Muriya, Oman’s largest and most diversified private real estate and tourism developer, has signed a strategic partnership with Omantel, the premier provider of integrated telecommunications services in the Sultanate, to offer its Hawana Salalah and Jebel Sifah destinations with a suite of voice and data offerings for homeowners, hotel guests and visitors. The partnership will provide the latest high-speed fibre-optic networks for fixed and mobile voice calls and data, as well as high-speed broadband services.

Ahmed Dabbous, CEO of Muriya said, “This is another step in ensuring that the visitors, homeowners and hotel guests of both our destinations are getting the best internet, TV and telephony services. We’re very proud of our partnership with Omantel, the leading telecommunications provider in Oman, as their aims align mutually with ours to provide the best telecoms services for visitors as well as homeowners. So far, our partnership has provided top-of-the-line connectivity services to all villages along the road from Muscat to Sifah, which comes as part of our corporate social responsibility to ensure safety for travellers along the Sifah road through a reliable and uninterrupted network.”

Talal Al Mamari, CEO of Omantel said, “We are glad that Muriya has chosen us as their trusted partner in keeping their customers connected and further fuelling the development of the tourism sector in the Sultanate. Our commitment remains to provide service standards that exceed customer expectations, keeping with our digital transformation strategy 3.0.”

With ten years of solid presence, Muriya is committed to contributing to the development of the Sultanate. Through a successful partnership between the internationally acclaimed builder of fully-integrated towns, Orascom Development Holding (ODH) and Omran, the leading government arm for tourism development in Oman, Muriya to date has invested $650 million. The company’s contributions include 1000 operating hotel rooms in 5 years, 420,000 hotel guest nights in 2017, 100s of homeowners and creating 1000s of direct and indirect jobs.

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