Cedarcom hopes to open a dialogue with customers and readers on telecom issues in Lebanon on this blog as they continue to defend the rights and interests of both end-users and private operators in Lebanon.

They will keep you updated on developments in the telecom sector and push for proper legislation and free market competition as well as their latest product and service offerings.

Over the past 15 years, Cedarcom’s main goal has been to position Lebanon as the region’s Internet hub by calling for fair competition in the telecom sector, delivering state-of-the-art data and inter-branching solutions to residential and corporate sectors, and campaigning for fast Internet access.

Cedarcom also plays a groundbreaking role in the wireless broadband industry through its subsidiary, Mobi™, the mobile broadband Internet access network. Mobi™ gives consumers the freedom to enjoy broadband Internet while on the move. All you need is a USB Dongle, a notebook and a subscription.

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Telecom 2012: a year to remember

Once upon a time Lebanon was crowned king innovator in telecoms! We were the 1st in the region to have fixed phone lines; the 1st generation mobile service known as “AMPs”; and the 1st to have GSM in the mid-90s; and then we entered the dark “telecom coma” era! For one reason or many, Lebanon stepped off [...]

Dec 11, 2012, 4:06 PM
 
First step on a 10-mile journey

So DSL packages are beefed up eight-fold and prices reduced. Is it a case of mission accomplished? What’s next? What Telecom Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui achieved on Tuesday (August 23) is memorable and we thank him! Lebanon needed this release of “broadband” DSL packages. Gone are the pathetic 128, 256 and 512 ones. We now welcome [...]

Aug 25, 2011, 2:51 PM
 
Good news from Sehnaoui

There is good news for Lebanon’s telecom sector! A belated first meeting was held on Friday (August 19) between Telecom Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui and Lebanese Telecom Association (LTA) members Cedarcom-Mobi, Broadband Plus, CableOne, TerraNet, Cyberia, Pesco, Wise, IDM, and GDS. In addition to Sehnaoui’s advisors, also present were Sodetel and ...

Aug 19, 2011, 9:14 PM
 

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