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You guys are too dumb. You can’t cross this bridge without paying money. It’s an entrance fee concept, so instead of paying a plane ticket, you’ll pay much less. So all the “zouzou ebba” and fishermen wont be able to drive on it. They won’t be able to afford it …
thats cool and crazy at the same time! i wonder if the hotel knew about this
heard the 14 marchers are all jumping too
Where were you when you performed the first set of tests?
the guy on the ground is hilarious!
Thanks for the update. Big improvement.
On 3G, early 6am test, I’m getting 6mb down and .4mbps up.
No doubt, we are finally improving the network.
hahaha sounds fun
Well the most important part the advertising signs: Haifa in Limasol
try downloading a file or a speed test from site thinkbroadband.com
Ping is so damn high. Not suitable for online gaming
What HAPPENED when 3G was launched ?! dude it’s STILL HAPPENING!
you don’t even have 3G from your side of the Office in DownTown!!! if you don’t want talk about North Areas!
Dude- that’s not 4g, that’s like bad 3G.
There is hope. I have notice improveme in my 3G. Just ran a test to Cyprus. Between 3.5 to 5 Mbps down, with a 50ms ping. I’m near zalka.
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I hope the young lebanese take action against the greedy corrupt developers if the poilice and the government doesnt take action and sue the developers. no one controls them and knows what happens with the ruins although we know that almost every site opened specially in DT ruins are found.
Nothing will stop progress, the progress of some peoples deep pockets is what i mean.. what a waste, sites are being wiped out without atleast giving the right people a chance to document, photograph and archive these ruins. no one is saying dont build, but also atleast give us a chance to preserve what we can.
The journalist was assulted because of fears of the project being delayed… but is this going to change anything, that is to be seen.