Pakistan

Internet service restored in major cities again

Internet service has been restored after it faced interruption for 30 minutes in the country, according to a PTCL spokesperson.

The internet users faced difficulties as the data service remained affected for 30 minutes — second such incident within a week.

Internet service experienced a slowdown in several important cities, including Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore and Faisalabad.

According to sources, a technical glitch in the PTCL network affected the service. This is the second major internet breakdown in a week.

According to a PTCL spokesperson, a PTCL’s fibre cable was damaged on several points, causing degradation of internet service. The PTCL service remained affected in the northern and central regions, according to the spokesperson.

The PTCL teams, however, restored the service after half an hour of disruption, the spokesperson added.

On August 19, the internet service saw trouble owing to a technical fault in the PTCL’s transmission system.

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