OMPC officials said the new packages will help support their factory operations, while Ooredoo officials touted the agreement as an example of their company's commitment to economic development in Oman.
"In today's highly digital world, businesses need to feel confident in the technology they use to stay connected, remain competitive and drive productivity," Ooredoo CEO Greg Young said. "Our agreement with OMPC will provide them all of this and more through a comprehensive range of innovative, unique and tailored products and services that will meet their evolving needs. This partnership is a translation of our determination to champion growth and development of the sultanate's public and private sectors, underlining the strength and reliability of our telecommunication solutions."
OMPC, which produces ammunition for light arms, was established in 2013 by an official order of Sultan Qaboos bin Said and is funded through military pensions.