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Consumers to face slow internet speed for a couple of days: PTCL

 Consumers to face slow internet speed for a couple of days: PTCL

Consumers to face slow internet speed for a couple of days: PTCL




PTCL says alternate arrangements made for customers after internet speed slows down in Pakistan.

  • PTCL makes alternate arrangements after the internet slows down.
  • It says more capacity will be added in a couple of days.
  • Some consumers will still have slow speed till the addition, it adds.


Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) on Monday said it had organized substitute stations for data transfer capacity to meet the necessity of web use in Pakistan, however clients may in any case confront slow association for several days.

The specialist organization's assertion comes hours later a disappointment in the South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 4 (SEA-ME-WE 4) submarine link, which impacted the broadband speed in Pakistan.

PTCL said moving to substitute directs has brought about "further developed client experience with next to no significant effect on administrations".

"Considerably greater limit will be added inside several days. Be that as it may, clients may confront slight assistance debasement the nation over till the expansion of more transmission capacity," it said.

Ocean ME-WE 4 is an optical fiber submarine interchanges link framework that conveys broadcast communications between Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Egypt, Italy, Tunisia, Algeria and France.

In a different assertion, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said "an issue in one of the global submarine links has been accounted for in the ocean close to Karachi influencing some web traffic in top hours".

PTA said works were underway to remove the fault which may take some time to rectify.

"PTA has directed operators to ensure uninterrupted internet services through alternate routes."

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