On Tuesday evening, Internet services were upset across Pakistan with users facing slow browsing speed and excellence problems.
The services were interrupted due to an error in the international submarine cables, a spokesperson for the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said. The fault happened at around 5 pm.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) was working with international groups to repair the fault, the spokesperson said. The cause and meticulous location of the error were being resolute.
The PTA was hopeful that the problem would be corrected soon.
“We guilt to inform you that due to international submarine cable fault, internet services are wedged across Pakistan,” the PTCL said in a tweet.
“Our technical squads are working on fully reestablishing internet services,” it said, apologizing for any embarrassment.
UPDATE: At 4 am on Wednesday, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited posted a message on its official Facebook page informing customers that the cable fault had been fixed and internet services refurbished.