International submarine cable malfunction causes internet services in Pakistan slow to zero

Aidan Rogers
Pakistan Internet IMEWE

Internet services in Pakistan are disrupted after an international submarine cable went offline.

Users, especially freelancers are helpless as internet services are down.

Some slacking on a couch with a phone in their hands trying to get rid of the boredom, while others who are close to a deadline to finalize and submit their project, are complaining about slow services.

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Users facing the issue took to twitter to complain about internet.

According to reports, IMEWE and SEAMEWE 4 which reportedly carries 50% percent of Pakistan’s internet traffic went offline due to a fault, which is yet to be determined.

A spokesperson confirmed to Propakistani that yet another cable AAE-1 went down partially which in result will worsen the internet services.

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) tweeted that thier teams are working on restoring the internet services.

As of now, it is not known when the issue will be resolved. Till then users will continue to face slow services.

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