As per the information, the internet blackout started in Pakistan at 7am. On the first day of business hours, major Internet service providers, eg (Pakistan Telecommunication Limited) PTCL, Cybernet with StormFiber, Ufone and Mobilink Jazz all dropped. below
There has been no report in traditional media outlets about the internet darkness in Pakistan, which directly affects the banking structure across Pakistan.
At around 9:15 pm, Mobilink Jazz was re-established, however PTCL, StormFiber, Naytel and other internet providers remain closed.
StormFiber, Nayatel and PTCL service accounts are completely closed. Until further notice, only Mobilink Jazz has changed properly, and due to darkness, several orders are affected across the country.
The renewal of online entertainment through Pakistan Telecom Authority, as explained by PTCL, caused web availability problems, interruptions in the communication network experienced between the South and the North. The matter is being investigated. The PTA is reviewing the situation and will provide further updates.
Several fiber outages in Kech, Panjgur, Gwadar and border areas affected voice and communication management, floods and rains affected the benefits of the three versatile cellular operators (Telenor, Zong and Ufone) and PTCL.
Renovation work is in progress. The PTA is working with the concerned administrators for speedy recovery of the affected email channels. – PTA