Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital has today signed a service agreement with Ooredoo Maldives.
During a signing ceremony held at IGMH, the service agreement was signed by the Deputy Director General of IGMH, Mr Mohamed Rishwan and Ooredoo CEO, Vikram Sinha.
The service agreement is for the Ooredoo Mobile Private Virtual Network (MVPN) in which IGMH will enjoy free unlimited calls and texts within the group of employees.
Ooredoo CEO, Vikram Sinha, said: "We strongly believe that with the MVPN service signed today, IGMH will be able to enjoy Ooredoo's technologically advanced network, while effectively managing its communications costs. Moreover, with our expanding 4G, LTE coverage, IGMH will also enjoy superior connectivity, coverage and superfast speeds that Ooredoo is renowned for.
We will continue to work with our corporate clients to provide the latest technologies, and provide solutions tailored to their needs to make their operations much smoother."
Mobile Private Virtual Network (MVPN) service is a special package designed for Corporates to provide effective and resourceful communications solutions. MVPN service enables short code dialling and texting within a group to ease communications, while effectively managing its costs.