The Pakistan Telecommunication Firm Ltd on Friday stated that its optical fiber community is experiencing “technical faults” as a result of heavy rains and floods and guaranteed subscribers work is underway to revive companies.
“Due to heavy rains and floods, PTCL’s optical fiber network is experiencing some technical faults,” learn a press release posted on Twitter.
As reported by PTCL, situation has been reported in information networks between South and North which is inflicting web connectivity points.This situation is being investigated. PTA is monitoring the state of affairs and additional updates will likely be shared.
— PTA (@PTAofficialpk) August 19, 2022
“As a result, PTCL users in Northern and Central regions are facing internet outage,” the assertion stated, including that groups are working to revive the companies “on priority”.
Earlier, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) stated web connectivity issues which have been reported by the PTCL have been attributable to an “issue” in information networks between the South and North areas.
“As reported by PTCL, issue has been reported in data networks between South and North which is causing internet connectivity issues,” the PTA stated in a press release on Twitter.
With out elaborating any additional on the character of the issue, PTA stated that the “issue” is being investigated.
The assertion added that the PTA is monitoring the state of affairs and can hold customers up to date.