Regency Hotel Kuwait to offer 5G internet services

The hotel will be the first in the country to offer the high-speed service

Regency Hotel in Kuwait
Regency Hotel in Kuwait

Telecom operator VIVA has partnered with Regency Hotel in Kuwait to provide the latest 5G internet service to hotel guests.

The new coverage will allow guests at the hotel to connect to the 5G network (Wi-Fi) and enjoy high speed internet. The partnership marks the first time a hotel in Kuwait is offering 5G internet to its guests.

Jameel Abdulrazzaq Al-Sanea, chairman of the hotel’s owning company said: “We are pleased to be the first hotel in Kuwait to offer 5G.

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“This will enhance our desire to provide the best service standards by keeping pace with the latest technological developments to suit the needs of our guests and to provide splendid experiences in hospitality.”

VIVA’s CEO engineer Maziad Nasser Al-Harbi said: “As VIVA rolled-out the new 5G successfully nationwide, we believe it is vital to foster close partnership with prominent leads such as The Regency Hotel and we are thrilled to accomplish our first 5G corporate deal.

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