OGERO (Organisme de Gestion et d'Exploitation de l'ex Radio Orient) was founded by the Lebanese state in 1972 to continue the work of the former French company Radio Orient. Since then OGERO work has evolved to become the main operator of the fixed telecommunications network in Lebanon for the benefit of the Lebanese Ministry of Telecommunications.
OGERO, which has a staff of 3,000 employees, manages and maintains the fixed telephone network in all its components. OGERO provides its services through a network of 50 Point of Sales deployed on all Lebanese territories, along with a call center,1515, which is considered as the largest and most performing call center in Lebanon.
OGERO, engine of MoT, constitutes the backbone infrastructure for all telecom networks including Mobile Operators, Data Service Providers (DSPs), Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and others.
As the future core of Liban Telecom., Ogero will become the incumbent Lebanese operator and will continually expand its customer base and its portfolio of value added services.
In recent years, Ogero proved to be more dynamic and always committed to provide services meeting the more demanding customer needs, (the latest service being the “One Stop Shop” with the hosting of the mobile operators in its Sales Offices).
Ogero continues to improve and expand its portfolio of services including Voice and Data services mainly based on Fiber (FTTx).
In the near future, Ogero, will move from connectivity offers to converged packages (Voice, Internet, TV Programs, Info, Movies...). End users will have the ability to set their own packages and can use a variety of devices from any fixed or mobile access.
On the international arena, Ogero is proud to be currently member of many regional and international specialized organizations such as ITU, IMEWE, GMSA, Arab IGF and others.