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[February 23, 2014]
ISPs complain about unofficial services [Kuwait Times]
(Kuwait Times Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) KUWAIT: Well-informed sources at the Ministry of Communications said that the main wireless internet service providing companies in Kuwait have recently filed a complaint to Undersecretary Hameed Al- Qattan for not taking legal actions against one of the wireless internet service providers, which is the only one licensed to provide the service as per the ministerial decree number 386/2012. In their complaint, the companies said that the company has been violating Clause Number one of Article 6 pertaining banning the use of all kinds of landlines, be them fiber-optic or copper. The complaint also said that the company has been providing internet services to a number of government establishments using landlines. The companies also said that they have filed several similar complaints to MOC officials demanding similar treatment but they were banned from providing wireless services. The sources also noted that according to the complaint, the concerned company also sells cell phone lines while other companies are not allowed to do the same All rights reserved.
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