Damaged undersea cables affect Internet in Asia Pacific


Damaged submarine cables connecting 9 countries, including the Philippines, affect Internet connectivity in the Asia-Pacific region. Philippine Internet service providers Eastern Telecommunications and PLDT said damage to the Asia-Pacific Cable Network 2 last week caused the problem. While Internet traffic was rerouted, the damage caused slower connections across the region. Eastern said it expects repairs to be completed on April 4 while PLDT says services will be restored mid-April.

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