|Parent||Jordan Telecom Group|
Orange Jordan is a Jordanian public mobile telephone network operator, and is the operator of the mobile communications license granted to Jordan Telecom.
The company was first registered on 21 September 1999, with an aim to build a mobile communications network to serve Jordan, and has launched full public service across the Kingdom on 15 September 2000.
The mobile operator was called MobileCom until it was rebranded in 2007.
Upon privatization on 23 January 2000, Jordan Telecom Group was 60% owned by Jordan's government. The remaining 40% of the group's shares were owned by JITCO Investment Group, a holding company consisting of France Télécom (88%) and the Arab Bank (12%).
In 2009, Orange Jordan offered higher ADSL speeds to its Jordanian customer to reach 4 Mbit/s and 8 Mbit/s. However, there has been a public outcry to Orange Jordan to enhance its already offered Internet speeds of 1 Mbit/s and 2 Mbit/s. This public call was caused by customers' accumulating bad experiences with the quality of Internet services which has been blogged about and commentated by huge numbers of viewers. For example, in July 2008, Naseem Tarawnah complained about differences between the actual and advertised speeds in a blog post, and in 2009 he blogged again expressing his dissatisfaction with the service.
Another blogger was dissatisfied with the download cap placed on all of the Orange Internet offered speeds as when the customer reach the download limit, his/her Internet speed will tremendously drop until the next billing cycle. Dissatisfaction with pricing Orange Internet lines was highlighted in another post  especially when compared with offers in other countries.
FTTH & VDSL
On Sunday December 8, 2013, Orange Jordan announced that it will be offering to its subscribers very high internet speeds for the first time in the Kingdom. The company introduced Very High Bit Rate Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL) and Fiber to the Home (FTTH) services, thus presenting with this development a new milestone in the Kingdom’s communication landscape. The new service is launched exclusively by Orange to benefit the home users as well as entrepreneurs and SMEs alike, delivering unprecedented internet connection speeds reaching up to 100Mbit/s.
The new service launch was officially announced by the company during a press briefing it hosted . The event itself was attended by Orange Jordan’s CEO Jean-Francois Thomas, alongside several media representatives and technology field enthusiastic.
The VDSL and FTTH solutions will support a wide range of services such as voice, video, data, HDTV and interactive gaming, thus giving their users a new experience of internet-based interaction as internet penetration in Jordan is estimated to be around 63% as of 2013 and there is plan to increase it to 85% by the end of 2017 as part of the ICT strategy. 
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