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At the Office of the Governor of South Batinah, His Excellency Eng. Masoud bin Saeed Al Hashemi, Governor of South Batinah, and Eng. Bassam Yousef Al Ibrahim, CEO of Ooredoo Oman, signed an agreement outlining the completion of telecommunications services and the strengthening of interconnection lines and internet services.

As part of the collaboration, Ooredoo Oman will be providing the latest communication and networking devices technologies and raising the efficiency of internet lines to enable the governorate to manage digital transformation projects and initiatives and enhance community partnership.

Commenting on the agreement, Eng. Bassam Yousef Al Ibrahim, CEO of Ooredoo Oman, said, "The cooperation between Ooredoo and the South Batinah Governor Office aims to implement Oman Vision 2040. Our plan as a company lies in how we innovate ideas and technologies to help the governorate keep pace with digital transformation and empowerment. And there are upcoming plans that will be presented continuously throughout the contract period, as we have previously contracted with several governorates, including Dhofar and Muscat—and this governorate [South Batinah] is the third with which we signed an agreement that serves digital transformation.”

The CEO stressed that Ooredoo Oman's annual objective is to offer technical solutions aimed at aiding governorates in their digital transformation efforts.

Dr. Hatem bin Salem Al-Dohani, Assistant Director General for Administrative and Financial Affairs and Head of the Digital Transformation Team at the Office of the Governor of South Batinah, commented, "The agreement to complete telecommunications services is one of the important projects that support digital transformation. The South Batinah Governorate seeks to provide services and simplify procedures to achieve the goals of Oman Vision 2040, and find digital solutions and facilitate access to them.”

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