Operator cuts call charges

26 October 2007
Lebanon's monopoly fixed-line operator Ogero is cutting its charges for calls to other Arab countries and to Europe by 20 per cent in an attempt to increase the use of the network.

Abdul Munim Youssif, director general of Ogero, says reducing call charges will stimulate the economy by increasing the number of international calls. The government has promised to privatise Ogero by the end of 2008.

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