Kuwaiti Ministry of Communications yesterday urged land-based phone subscribers to pay their due bills or face automatic suspension of service late this month. In a press statement, the Ministry's Public Relations Department Chief Ahmad Ramadan said two warning messages would be sent to the concerned subscribers before cutting the service. The first warning message will be sent on August 14 and the second warning message will be on August 21," he said. Ramadan made it clear that the ministry will cut the service on August 28. The ceiling of dues above which the cut will be applied is KD 50 for home phones and KD 100 for commercial phones," he revealed. "The service will also be cut on subscribers who got their dues rescheduled in installments but failed to pay their regular monthly payments. Ramadan hailed cooperation shown by subscribers and urged them to continue paying the fees regularly whether through the ministry's website or the government portal.