MTN Claims It has restored 50% Internet connectivity.

Telecom giant MTN Ghana claims it had made “significant progress” in restoring mobile data connectivity issues that has dogged the country for several days now.
 
According to the network provider, it had restored about 50% of the connectivity issues.
 
 
“You can now experience appreciable speed levels with picture, video and general downloads as well as WhatsApp and International Outgoing calls. Updates will be shared as more progress is made,” MTN stated.
 
“Connectivity was interrupted over the last two days as a result of a double undersea fibre optic cable cut in Europe which affected six Operators in six West African Countries and beyond. This situation affected our internet services, due specifically to issues with the West Africa Cable System (WACS).”
 
MTN and some other telecom operators whose services have always been a suspect among consumers took serious bashing since the incident.
 
“MTN is committed to providing you with the best experience, and wishes to thank you, our loyal and valued customers, for your patience during this difficult period. We will continue to work tirelessly on fully resolving the mobile data connectivity issues in the shortest possible time,” the statement from MTN read.
 

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