Internet speeds in Pakistan are fully restored now as the damaged submarine cable (IMEWE) is now fully functional after the fault was fixed in record time, we have confirmed with sources.
According to details shared with ProPakistani, IMEWE is now operational at full capacity and hence the internet access and speeds in the country are now fully restored.
It must be mentioned that IMEWE was cut yesterday morning and Pakistan was literally disconnected with the rest of the world.
However, due to quick resolution in record time, the IMEWE is now back in service after a fault was detected and repaired moments ago.
PTCL, that maintains and operates IMEWE in Pakistan, has confirmed ProPakistani that service to all its users are restored back to normal with-in less than 36 hours.
PTCL said that any customers not getting the expected service should restart their routers for a quick fix.
It must also be mentioned that SEAMEWE4 and TW1 submarine cables — that connect Pakistan with rest of the world — are still down as a repair work is in progress on both the cables.
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