PTCL says the fiber optic network has some technical glitches due to heavy rains and floods. Internet services of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd are affected across. The country due to a “problem in data networks between south and north”, it was revealed on Friday.
Due to this network issue, consumers of PTCL services are facing problems.
“As reported by PTCL. A problem has been reported in the data networks between the south and the north. Causing internet connectivity issues,” the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said in a statement.
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“This issue is being investigated,” he added.
The telecoms regulator said it is monitoring the situation and further updates will be shared.
PTCL said in a statement that the optical fiber network has some technical glitches due to heavy rains and floods.
As a result, PTCL users in North and Central regions are facing internet outages, he added.
“Our teams are working to restore service as a priority.”
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The IT minister directed the authorities to resolve the ongoing internet issues as soon as possible
Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque directed. The officials of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd. To resolve the ongoing network issues as soon as possible.
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The minister directed the authorities to detect. According to the IT minister, PTCL’s optical fiber network in the north. And central parts of the country is facing technical problems due to recent rains and floods. This in turn has been causing internet and connectivity issues since morning.
PTCL officials responded that teams are working to restore internet services on priority for the convenience of customers. In a recent tweet, they addressed customers’ concerns and said. “As per PTCL, an issue has been reported in the South-North data networks causing internet connectivity issues.”