A company called Kuwait Fiber is offering the cheapest internet service in Kuwait.
That’s thanks to a new service called the Kuwait Internet Gateway.
Kuwait said the price is less than $40 per month, which is only a few dollars less than a $30 service.
The company is hoping the service will allow its customers to move from paying $40 to $20 for internet service.
We have been looking for a low price to buy our home internet service, and this is the cheapest option we can find in Kuwait, said Alaa Abdelrahman, Kuwait’s president and chief executive.
“Kuwait is not a market leader, but it is the only market that has low internet prices,” said Abdelrahman.
“Our strategy is to make Kuwait the cheapest Internet service in the country.”
It is the country with the world’s second-lowest internet prices.
In Kuwait, internet is usually available for $0.25 per month.
That is also the cheapest it is in the world.
The Kuwait company said the low price is thanks to its fiber optic internet network.
“Fiber optic is cheaper than copper, but the difference is that fiber optic can transmit data at a speed of about one gigabit per second,” said Abdelrahmans company.
“This is why our service is faster than the competition,” said Al-Khiab, who is also vice president for international and public affairs.
“There are many other countries with low internet pricing, like Israel and South Korea,” he added.
“We are going to keep offering the service and make the price affordable for Kuwaitis.”
The new service also is available for a small price, about $3 per month for an unlimited amount of bandwidth.
The internet provider also is offering a free trial for customers who sign up for its service.
“The service is free and there are no contracts,” Abdelrahs said.
“No one should have to pay for their internet.”
Kuwait’s government is considering a new internet policy that would make the country the world leader in the digital age.
The plan would make internet a public utility and provide tax breaks to internet companies.
In addition to the internet service and tax breaks, the government is also looking at ways to make internet access affordable for the poor.
“As we have a low population density, we are very dependent on internet to make our lives better,” said Mohammed Ali, a telecommunications analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence.
The government is expected to unveil a new Internet plan in the next few weeks, according to Bloomberg.