Oman’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) recently issued a report on the quality of telecommunication services at tourist sites in the Dhofar Governorate.
The surveys are carried out by the governing body with the use of specialized measuring instruments and approved approaches that replicate the user's experience. The goal is to increase awareness and promote competition within the sector.
Conducted between July 31 and August 3, 2023, the latest report includes measurements within Attin Square, Ain Hamran, Dahariz Beach, Al-Haffa Market, Al-Mughsail, Wadi Darbat, Al-Haffa Walk and Sha'at.
For Ooredoo Oman, the highest data download speed for 5G data service peaked at 505 Mbps, with an average of 311 Mbps, while in Wadi Darbat, it reached the maximum of 1303 Mbps, with an average of 421 Mbps.
For Omantel, the highest download speed for 5G data service in Sahel Atin was recorded at 263 Mbps, with an average of 95 Mbps, while in Wadi Darbat, it was achieved at 164 Mbps, with an average of 49 Mbps.
The most important telecom service indicators are measured, including coverage level, data download speed and percentage of successful calls.