Aug 19 (Reuters) - Key Pakistani telecom operators reported
that internet connectivity was down in some regions in the
country on Friday, while the country's telecom regulator said it
was investigating the issue.
State-owned Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd's
optical fiber network was experiencing faults and
hence users in northern and central regions of the country were
facing an outage, it said in a tweet.
Telenor Pakistan, backed by Norway's state-controlled
Telenor said its internet network was down due to a
network issue on their internet service provider.
(Reporting by Gokul Pisharody in Bengaluru; Editing by Toby