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du home customers to get free broadband speed boost

Du claims that home users will now be able to download 100MB file in less than a minute

du home customers to get free broadband speed boost
du Home customers enjoy faster Internet speeds at no extra cost

Customers subscribed to du's Home broadband services can now enjoy a faster web browsing, downloading and gaming experience at no extra cost.

These faster speeds mean downloading a 100MB file will now take users less than a minute, and using the higher speeds, larger files will take less than 30 seconds. du believes this move will optimise their customers time online.

"At du, we have long made it our mission to provide our customers with attractive, well-rounded packages that combine high-speed broadband solutions, seamless connectivity, and real value for money," said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer at du. "This new double-speed upgrade ticks all those boxes and was especially designed to cater to the discerning needs of our home customers. Moving forward, at du, we aim to continue to expand our roster of exceptional, value-added services."

Subscribers on Talk, Surf & Watch will also have their speed upgraded, again at no extra cost and Talk & Surf customers will be granted with extra Internet speeds until the end of February. New joiners to du Home services will also have increased Internet speeds. Customers will be notified via SMS or email.

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