Internet speeds back to normal: Egypt's TE Data
Mohamed Watany , Sunday 24 Mar 2013
Leading Egyptian ISP company says it has repaired damage to undersea cable that had led to weekend drop in broadband speeds countrywide


TE Data, Egypt's largest internet service provider, announced on Sunday that it had repaired the damage to submarine cables that had caused a drop in internet broadband speeds since Friday.

According to a company statement on Sunday, the internet nationwide is now working at optimal efficiency and normal speeds.

TE Data had earlier announced that one of its international submarine cables had sustained damage that had affected the speed of online services across the country.

Large numbers of Egyptian internet subscribers had reported connection difficulties or slow speeds over the weekend as a result of the reported damage.

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