Director General of Ogero Imad Kreidieh said that the previous warnings regarding internet interruptions was not to intimidate customers, but it is part of the company’s responsibility to inform subscribers, students, companies and institutions.”
He added during a television interview: “I am sure that our services will witness some interruptions and problems, but this summer, the Internet service will remain, and we will put out efforts in order to secure quality services.”
Kreidieh stressed that “the conspiracy theory has nothing to do with the Internet issue, and no one has Ogero’s capabilities in Lebanon.”
Kreidieh warned previously that the ongoing power cuts and rationing is putting huge pressure on Ogero’s power generation units.
He added that the shortage in fuel along with the soaring demand on this commodity, which is running out rapidly, is seriously threatening Ogero’s ability to provide its services.