In case you missed it, Ogero has been testing out the maximum capability of the current internet infrastructure. Imad Kreideh, the new director general of Ogero, held a live Q&A on Facebook where he announced the company’s plans to improve the internet in Lebanon.
was that they will be testing the maximum available internet speeds – uncapped. Over 130,000 people in Beirut alone were able to test out these speeds during a 3-day period. On Thursday, April 27th, Ogero will be “unleashing the speed” in 6 locations:
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