Hi everyone! I hope you are all doing well. Welcome back to another blog. This article will discuss the topic in detail “Restoration of Mobile Internet Services”. Pakistan suspended mobile internet services in certain regions due to security concerns, but authorities have restored them now. The suspension of mobile internet services caused inconvenience for many people who rely on the internet for their daily activities, such as business, education, and communication.
The restoration of mobile internet services is a positive development for the people of Pakistan. The internet is an essential tool for accessing information and communicating with others, and its suspension can significantly impact people’s lives.
According to sources we have checked with, it is anticipated that mobile internet services in the country, which were suspended on the evening of May 9, will be reinstated soon. The relevant authorities have reportedly notified the telecommunications industry of the restoration of data services. If these sources are reliable, social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook, which were inaccessible in Pakistan, will also be accessible again without delay. High-level sources in the telecom sector shared this information.
A spokesperson for the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) confirmed that they are currently informing mobile telecom operators to restore internet services on cellular networks.
The Ministry of Interior ordered the suspension of mobile broadband services throughout Pakistan on May 9th (Tuesday), following the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. This caused inconvenience to mobile phone users, who were unable to access their data services. The network outage was gradually resolved across the country. Users can now anticipate the restoration of their internet services within a few hours, contingent on their geographic location. The restoration process takes some time, but mobile phone users can now use their data services again.
Cabinet Voices Displeasure Over Imposition of Ban
Earlier today, Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal expressed strong disapproval of the decision to suspend mobile internet services during the cabinet meeting.
Millions of freelancers and workers in ride-hailing and delivery services are struggling due to the suspension of internet services, as stated by the minister. Additionally, telecom operators are losing millions of rupees in revenue, and the government is also experiencing a loss in revenue. The minister emphasized the impact on individuals and businesses, highlighting the difficulties they are facing as a result of the internet suspension.
Afterward, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif instructed Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah to take action and reinstate internet services throughout the country, with the exception of certain ‘sensitive areas’.
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