Tripoli, Batroun and Jounieh Are Getting Fast Internet Tomorrow!

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.

Part of the announcement

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:

  • Tripoli Tell
  • Tripoli Mina
  • Bab El Tebbeneh
  • Zgharta
  • Batroun
  • Jounieh

If you live in any of the above locations, you are encouraged to leave them feedback during or after the testing. You can do so

here

. Almost all the feedback from Beirut’s testing was positive.


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Tripoli, Batroun and Jounieh Are Getting Fast Internet Tomorrow!

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