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Unpaid phone bills lead to disconnection in May - Ministry.

| KUWAIT, May 8 (KUNA) -- Ministry of Communication called on its subscribers to pay their dues for the telephone service to avoid programmed disconnection in May.

Director of Public Relations at the Ministry Dr. Ahmad Al-Husaini told the press, on Wednesday, the ministry will send an initial warning notification on May 12 as a reminder to pay the bills, and a second notice on May 19.

The ministry, however, will start disconnecting unpaid phone lines May 26, after the second message is sent out. Home phone lines exceeding KD 50 in overdue bills and commercial lines topping KD 100 will be automatically listed for disruption.

The programmed disconnection will include phone lines that were pre-agreed to be paid according to an installment plan but the payment was delayed. It will also include annual fees of six months and more for home and business lines for non-Kuwaitis and business lines for Kuwaitis.

An early payment will guarantee a continuation of phone service, Ramadan advised. He further added that the ministry provides an online payment option through its website or through the official "e-gate" website. Subscribers can also call (123) for any inquires. (end) mjb.ysa.lb KUNA 081204 May 13NNNN

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