Jordan Telecom Group
|Traded as||ASE: JTEL|
|Founded||1 January 1997|
|Revenue||JOD 411.790 million (2011)|
Jordan Telecom Group is the principal telecommunications services provider in the Kingdom of Jordan. Jordan Telecom is responsible for the administration of the basic telecommunications infrastructure which forms the base of Jordan's telecommunications services industry.
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 Orange (88%) and the Arab Bank (12%).
Subsidiaries: The Jordan Telecom Group (JTG) owns the following telecommunications companies:
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