File - The MTC Touch building is seen in Beirut, Tuesday, March 19, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Mobile phone operators Tuesday will present to Telecommunications Minister Boutros Harb proposals to reduce call interruptions after he urged the firms to find solutions within the next 24 hours.There are close to 4 million mobile subscribers in Lebanon, representing 90 percent penetration.All successive telecommunications ministers have tried to tackle this problem, but no drastic action has been taken to improve the service.The companies added that the presence of 2 million Syrian refugees has exacerbated the technical problems as many of these refugees use prepaid lines.
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