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Internet remained closed for several hours in Pakistan, there was no connectivity even in the capital - Gearrice

Last updated Sunday, August 21, 2022 03:00 ET , Source: TopWireNews

tech news desk Internet services were suddenly suspended in Pakistan on Friday. It is being said that due to the disruption in the optic fiber network due to heavy rains, there is a problem in internet connectivity across the country. People in many parts of Pakistan, including the capital, faced difficulties due to the internet shutdown for several hours. However, internet service has been restored after hours of effort. Earlier, telecom operators had warned of shutting down mobile and internet services due to power crisis. According to the Pakistan Telecommunication Company (PTCL), internet services have been suspended due to a technical fault in the optic fiber network. Now internet services have been resumed. PTCL tweeted that people are facing internet shutdown due to heavy rains and waterlogging. Now we have fixed this problem. Now internet service has started in the whole country.
According to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), internet services between the southern and western regions of the country have been slow. We are investigating it, internet services will be fixed soon. Let us tell you that the number of people using 3G and 4G services in Pakistan is 116 million i.e. 116 million and the number of broadband subscribers is 119 million. Earlier too, telecom operators had threatened to shut down mobile and internet services in Pakistan due to power crisis. Following this, the National Board of Information Technology (NIBT) said on Twitter that...

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