Internet Fiber for Home

Our Packages

  • High-speed and uninterrupted internet connection
  • Reliable connectivity with stable bandwidth
  • Choice of speeds – the service provides choice of speeds for high-speed internet access starting from 20 Mbps upto 500 Mbps.
  • Proven technology – Etisalcom’s expertise in high-speed data networking along with the acquired high-level of technological know-how allows us to provide services with the highest levels of satisfaction.
  • Wide range of cost-effective plans to choose from – Monthly fee ranges from as low as BD12
  • Services above prices does not include VAT

You can apply for the eFiber service by producing the following:

  • Etisalcom application form
  • Copy of the CPR/CR
  • Fiber Network Availability

You can apply or upgrade your eFiber account through one of the following:

Etisalcom has a Fair Use Policy (FUP) it was introduced to make sure all customers get fast and reliable services to give our customers the control over their access speeds and monthly payments. All packages come with unlimited free usage but different access speeds are applied on after reaching different usage levels associated with each package.


Benefits of Fiber Optic Broadband

Benefits of Fiber Optic Broadband
Transfer large amounts of data quickly – Fiber Optic internet is the fastest internet available and because of this, you can transfer large amounts of data quickly and seamlessly. Symmetrical bandwidth allows for much longer transmission distances and high signal rates at the speed of light

Reliable – Network is deployed in regional rings with each region capable of operating independently

Dedicated – Bandwidth is dedicated and not shared, meaning that customers have a private connection and won’t be negatively impacted by other user’s traffic

Secure – Fiber is the most secure network. Fiber-optic cables are made out of glass and if someone attempts to tap a cable, there is a high chance the glass will break. Additionally, electromagnetic signals are not radiated by fiber optic cables, meaning they do not transmit electricity.