Sub-sea cable cut interrupts ISP’s in India

By March 29th, 2013 AT 11:47 AM

A string of submarine cable disruptions in Egypt, has widely impacted internet traffic in India, Middle East and North Africa.


The subsea cables that were disrupted include South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 4 (SMW-4), India-Middle East-Western Europe (I-ME-WE) and Europe India Gateway (EIG) systems. The international consortium of operators in the region that manages the submarine cable system is in the process to restore services.

It is believed that most of the Indian users felt the impact on the download and buffer speed and would last for couple of days till the issue is restored.

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juber khojaBishal GuptaImportant AIRTEL CUSTOMER.Subhadeep Kanungorajan Recent comment authors
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My 3G speed is 200KBPS. AIRTEL CONNECTION. from last 7 days. That is the day before holi. GUYS I am suffering the most as I uses very cheap internet pack i.e Rs. 8 and if 30 minutes passes my download/pack finishes…….. But I do have a trick.

I CAN CONVERT 2G TO 3G….. I SWEAR I can do it…………. At least I am safe from wasting my money…………..

juber khoja
juber khoja

how?can u help me so that i can also save some of my money


Now Everything is working normal…bsnl punjab Evdo

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