PTA clears the air on blocking internet services amid political uncertainty  

07:36 PM | 25 May, 2022
PTA clears the air on blocking internet services amid political uncertainty  
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ISLAMABAD – Following reports of suspension of internet services, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has clarified that there was no shut down of the internet.

A statement issued by a PTA spokesperson said one of the companies, Transworld Associate, has a slight degradation issue, saying there is a minor issue in the quality of its service.

It also mentioned that the glitch is being checked and will be resolved soon.

Some media reports suggest that Sharif-led coalition government ordered the suspension of cellular services in 11 districts of Punjab and telecom sources, are being suspended forthwith.

Meanwhile, NetBlocks, a watchdog organization that monitors cybersecurity and the governance of the Internet, also revealed that the ‘real-time network data show internet disruptions across Pakistan’.

Metrics show impact to multiple providers in major cities including Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, it added.

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