Kuwait Tour Guide: Communications

Kuwait Tour Guide: Communications Last updated on Wednesday 21st April 2010

Local calls are free and can be made from either shops or local telephone exchanges. Overseas calls can be made from hotels or the telephone exchanges.

Postal services are currently being privatized.

The Main Post Office is located on Fahd Al-Salem Street. It is open from 7.30am-7.30 p.m. Sat. to Thurs., and from 8.00-10:00 a.m. Friday.

If you receive a parcel, you will be sent a green card by the Post Office. This must be taken to the Parcel Office in Shuwaikh, at the junction of the Airport Road and Jahra Road. The parcel will be opened in front of you to ensure that you are not receiving any illegal items.

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