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last updated on: 31 January 2018

Fast Telecommunication Company W.L.L.

Also known as: FASTtelco, FT
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Business SummaryProvides internet services; offers telecommunications services including voice over internet protocol; offers information technology consulting services; provides data storage services.Country of IncorporationKuwaitOwnership TypePrivateEstablished In2000Primary SectorTelecommunicationsNumber of Employees350

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Primary address
Al Salhiya Tower
Abdullah Al Salem Street
5th Floor
287
Kuwait
Kuwait City
Dasman 15453
Region
Al Assimah
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Ooredoo Kuwait to purchase 99% of FASTtelco's shares

Kuwait, Kuwait City - Ooredoo Kuwait (National Mobile Telecommunications Co. K.S.C) has entered into an agreement to purchase 99% of Internet Service Provider FASTtelco's shares for a total consideration of KD 11 million. The transaction is subject to the approval from the relevant regulatory and governmental authorities.

Press Release - 30-Mar-2016

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