Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company S.A.O.G. (ORDS.OM)

Also known as:  Nawras, Ooredoo Oman
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Mr Ian Charles Dench
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Abdul Razzaq Al Balushi
Chief Financial Officer
Mr Majid Al Marzouqi
Chief Governance Officer

Board Members

Mr Sayyid Amjad Mohammed Ahmad Al Busaidi
HH Sheikh Saud Bin Naser Al Thani
Vice Chairman
Dr Shaikha Sultan Al Jabir
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About Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company S.A.O.G.Last updated on: 27 March 2018

Business Summary
Manages and operates fixed mobile and GSM telecommunications networks; provides Internet services.
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Primary address
Muscat Grand Mall
Sultan Qaboos Street
Ground Floor
Bawshar Area
  • Tel: +968 2-200-2200
  • Fax: +968 2-200-2299
  • Fax: +968 2-200-9610
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