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Libyana (Arabic: ليبيانا) is a Libyan mobile phone company established in 2004. It is one of two mobile phone operators owned by the Libyan Post Telecommunications & Information Technology Company (LPTIC).
Libyana entered the Libyan market with low-cost services to compete with the existing Almadar Mobile Provider, which was also later bought by GPTC (now LPTIC).
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