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Internet fiber optic cable connecting Pakistan to the world is broken, users are facing difficulties

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ISLAMABAD (Newsdesk) The private fiber optic cable connecting Pakistan to the rest of the world, TW1, broke about 40 to 50 km under the Indonesian sea, disrupting Pakistan’s internet traffic to Singapore, Japan and the US West Coast.

Affected Transworld Pakistan customers are particularly affected. Internet service providers in Pakistan are facing many speed issues.

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Coal Center and other carpet companies are also facing serious problems, representatives of Pakistan’s internet service providers confirmed that the TW1 cable was damaged after Pakistan faced internet problems .

Although PTCL Pakistan provides uninterrupted internet speed to customers in Pakistan through fiber optic cable, it may take more than two weeks to fix the cable.

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