BISHKEK. Jan 25 (Interfax) - Kyrgyzstan has restored its mobile and cable Internet after a grid accident, the country's Internet providers said on Tuesday.
According to mobile network operators, the service is now almost fully operational.
"In the event of further disruptions involving power outage there may be temporary difficulties in the grid. Extra human resources were called in to deal with local problems caused by power supply disruptions. The equipment was connected to backup power supply," the mobile operator MegaCom said.
The providers warned about possible temporary difficulties accessing the Internet and having signal if the grid takes longer to restore.
A power outage hit Kyrgyzstan at approximately 12:30 p.m. local time on Tuesday. The Energy Ministry said power supply to the entire Kyrgyz territory was cut by a failure of the unified power grid of Central Asia. The Kyrgyz authorities began gradual resumption of power supply bypassing the unified power grid of Central Asia.
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