Amid the power outages in Pakistan, the telecom operators warned on Thursday to shut down their mobile and internet services.
In a tweet, the National Information Technology Board said that telecom operators in Pakistan have warned about shutting down their services due to the hours-long power outages that are currently a problem.
TECH NEWS UPDATE || BY NITB: Businesses have warned of a potential shut down of internet and mobile service in Pakistan due to the security update that affects over 2.5 million users.
In a report from Geo News, Pakistani prime minister Shehbaz Sharif warned last week that Pakistan may face increased load shedding in the coming month of July.
Pakistan was unable to secure the required LNG supply, yet it did its best—but still may not have been able to make the deal happen. The coalition government tried to make it happen, but their efforts may have been too late.
Data showed that Pakistan’s monthly fuel oil imports are set to reach a four-year high in June, which is apparently due to the country’s need to buy LNG for power generation. The government is struggling with the heat.