Ogero extends broadband in Lebanon

Fixed-line operator extends 1Mbps service to eight new areas
Lebanon's telecoms sector remains behind most other countries in the region.
Lebanon's telecoms sector remains behind most other countries in the region.

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Lebanon’s government owned fixed-line operator, Ogero, said that it has extended 1Mbps internet services to eight more regions.

The company, which has been busy expanding its broadband services during the past month, said in a statement that eight areas including Bickfaya, Kafer Yassine, Jbeil, Baalbeck, Baabdat and Souk el Gharb can now access 1Mbps broadband services.

According to Ogero, the 1Mbps service is now available in more than 50 sites throughout Lebanon.

The upgrades come just weeks after Lebanon’s two state-owned mobile operators, Alfa and MTC Touch, launched 3G services in the country.
 

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