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#4126 September 2

trent
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

The Ogero monopoly has never been a healthy aspect of our telecom sector and information technology industry. It stifled innovation and growth, and brought us down from leaders in the region, in the mid and late 90's, down to the worse ranks globally. The monopoly needs to end whether by law or defacto through the actions of the private sector.
Government controlled electric & water utility has already brought us back to the dark ages. And now the same is happening in telecom. Lack of electricity can be dealt with at the small business and individual level, but telecom is more complex and costly. Starlink, OneWeb, Kuiper... will not be a replacement for stable wired connectivity any time soon.
IT services businesses and free lancers that can help restore our economy by bringing in foreign projects and money are at constant risk with Ogero's monopoly in place and connectivity in the hands of a few corrupt politically motivated workers' union leaders.

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#4127 September 2

nuclearcat
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Starlink, OneWeb, Kuiper... will not be a replacement for stable wired connectivity any time soon.
I can tell you - worse, they are strictly forbidden and there is heavy fines for using them.

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#4128 September 4

Moudimadi
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Hello, Ogero is not working in dawhet aramoun area. No landlines and no internet. Anyone from that area can confirm that? Thank you

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#4129 September 5

chaosn
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Moudimadi wrote:

Hello, Ogero is not working in dawhet aramoun area. No landlines and no internet. Anyone from that area can confirm that? Thank you

Same here in Bchamoun Madaress, Ogero no landline and internet, and the same for Touch and Alfa no internet.

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#4130 September 6

GeorgeN
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

No landline and no internet in Mansourieh area either. ISP says it's a kahraba issue from the centrale (they won't turn it on). Anyone know an affordable replacement for DSL that doesn't shut off whenever they feel like it?

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#4131 September 6

DNA
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

nuclearcat wrote:

Another thing, Ogero is critical public utility + monopoly. At one side working in such government enterprise has very big benefits for employee, but some days like now - it comes as big disadvantage.
Because in many countries, critical public utility(telecom, fire department, government medical workers, police) + govt monopolies by laws are not allowed to strike and disrupt services, this is criminal act.They can submit resignation letter only.

Exactly! this shouldn't even be a lawful strike in the current situation everybody is suffering not just them, taking everyone hostage for is not lawful in any semi decent country like you mentioned. funny thing if I am not mistaken they will still get paid their salaries for this period no fs given which is also bs, but what would I expect

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#4132 September 28

Viper2k
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

After receiving the modem from July, today on September 28 they came near the house and activated my service.

It's really a disappointing start after moving from a self-ISP.

Otherwise, it seems a good stabled internet connection.
(Bchamoun, Maderris)

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#4133 last month

skippy
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Interesting. I’m subbed to the Ogero Unlimited OS Package, shows now it’s actually OS till 800 GB then it’s capped at 4 Mbps on the app.

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#4134 last month

Mayyad
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

skippy wrote:

Interesting. I’m subbed to the Ogero Unlimited OS Package, shows now it’s actually OS till 800 GB then it’s capped at 4 Mbps on the app.

https://i.ibb.co/6sRCPcb/1-EC91-EA0-5393-4-B82-8-B93-57113-BB054-AB.jpg


yes, also on my account.

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#4135 last month

Kareem
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

What's going on with Ogero lately? It's been 10 days and the browsing is laggy AF... I need to use a VPN in order to browse without having to refresh the page couple of times...

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#4136 last month

yasamoka
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Kareem wrote:

What's going on with Ogero lately? It's been 10 days and the browsing is laggy AF... I need to use a VPN in order to browse without having to refresh the page couple of times...

Same here, and that's on fiber.

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