Ogero's Director General Imad Kreidieh will be live on Facebook tomorrow

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The hard working Chairmen and Director General of Ogero Imad Kreidieh will be live tomorrow at 7 PM on Ogero's facebook page. (‫Ogero Telecom أوجيرو للاتصالات - Home | Facebook‬


Regardless of what he is going to say or announce (if anything) I think this is a very positive step from him.
The decision to do this couldn't have been easy, knowing the problems this sector has, this is a very courageous move.

Wish him good luck in facing the wrath of the youth :)
 
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  • Robin Hood

    Robin Hood

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    I need some catching up to do. When did Youssef stop being Ogero director?
     
    AtheistForJesus

    AtheistForJesus

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    Nshalla yen2oti3 el internet bokra so he can have a taste of his own medicine. :)
     
    Impera

    Impera

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    As long as he is working well, I dont mind him ykoun ma7soub 3ala Madagaskar even.
    True, but since he's a rare exotic bird in the wilderness, it would be nice to know.
     
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    lebanese1

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    The man is impressive! On a completely different level by Lebanese standards!
     
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    lebanese1

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    Beirut Will Have Super Fast Internet On April 9th, 11th and 13th; Other Regions Starting April 15th


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    Let me start by saying this: Imad Kreidieh is the example of a Lebanese official that we need more of in every form of governance. Not only has he put his predecessor to shame in the 8 weeks he’s been heading Ogero, but he has also done so to every single Lebanese politician with how he has been clear, thorough and keen on making sure transparency is key in everything he does.

    As such, Mr. Kreidieh held a Facebook live Q&A which you can watch in its entirety here:


    In the parts that are relevant to us as consumers without all kinds of tech backgrounds, the highlights are as follows:

    • New plans with faster speeds and bigger quotas as well as reduced pricing should be available in the next 2-3 weeks pending a decree from the Ministry of Telecommunications.
    • Internet will not be as fast as it can be until infrastructure is changed, notably that of exchange sites (or centrals). The project regarding this will have its tender on April 19th with implementation following soon after. Drastic improvements should start being available in the Fall of 2017.
    • Unlimited internet might come back to Ogero users.
    • New ministry decree will slash the one month wait period between switching ISPs (Switching from Ogero to someone else or vice versa).
    As for things that we will get to experience sooner rather than a later, Mr. Kreidieh announced opening up all of the possible internet speed in Beirut on three separate days, which will be April 9th (this Sunday), April 11th (next Tuesday) and April 13th (next Thursday).

    Each day will see a different part of the Greater Beirut area receive as fast internet as possible, depending on how much your line can handle.

    The regions are divided as such:

    • On April 9th: Badaro – Mazra3a – Elissar – Mrayjeh – Jdeideh -Hazmieh – Ras Beirut – Riyad el Solh.
    • On April 11th: Furn el Chebbek, Bir Hassan, Hadath, Amrousiye, Adlieh, Hamra, Choueifat, Nahr.
    • On April 13th: Dawra, Sin El Fil, Chiyah, Achrafieh, Mina el Hosn, Ras el Nab3, Dekwaneh.
    Of course, since Lebanon isn’t only Beirut as one of the people asking Kreidieh said, other regions in the country will have on Sunday starting April 15th to benefit from the same event whereby internet speed will be uncapped with each user getting as fast a service as possible depending on how far they are from the exchange.

    Faster speeds will be available from 8AM till 8PM and feedback is requested either on Twitter at @ikreidieh, or by emailing ogero on [email protected] or at Ogero’s Facebook account, which you can access here.

    Beirut Will Have Super Fast Internet On April 9th, 11th and 13th; Other Regions Starting April 15th | A Separate State of Mind | A Blog by Elie Fares
     
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