Wired internet for messengers launched in Alma-Ata – RBK

In the largest city of Kazakhstan, where the protests are taking place, the Internet has earned, but it can be used only in instant messengers, the RBC correspondent reports from Almaty.

Earlier, access to the wired Internet was restored in the capital of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, but the mobile Internet is still not working.

Access to wired Internet resumed in Nur-Sultan

Problems with Internet access in Kazakhstan began on January 4, two days after the start of protests over an increase in prices for liquefied gas. Then in Alma-Ata there were interruptions in the work of the mobile Internet and messengers What’s App, Telegram and Signal. Messengers were blocked from 22:00 local time (19:00 Moscow time).

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