The Lebanese government met today and agreed to increase the internet fees for Ogero users by 7 folds, which means that if you’re paying 90,000 LL for a 50mb (100GB quota) connection, you will soon be paying 630,000 LL, almost as much as the Lebanese minimum wage.

While this increase is necessary for Ogero to keep operating properly, it should have come earlier and should be part of a larger plan to fix the lira rate, put in place reforms and adjust salaries accordingly.

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