|Key people||Sultan bin Hamdoun Al Harthy (Chairman of the Board),
Amer bin Awadh Al Rawas (CEO)
|Net income||$100 Million|
Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel) is the first telecommunications company in Oman and is the primary provider of internet services in the country. Omantel acquired a 65% share in WorldCall Pakistan in April 2008. The government of Oman owns a 70% share in Omantel.
Omantel has established it self as a major international hub, with currently 10 submarine cables landing in Oman, e.g. TWA, EIG, PLAG, Falcon, EPEG, SMW-3, Mena, POI, OMRAN, GBI and BBG.
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- Cordahi, James (October 18, 2007). "Emirates Telecom says eyeing Omantel stake". Reuters (Thomson Reuters). Retrieved March 5, 2009.
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