Bangalore, Apr 30: Internet browsing speeds will soon return to normalcy as the disrupted underwater cable has been fixed.
India and the surrounding regions had to bear with snail-pace Internet speed over the past week due breakage in a vital underwater cable system.
The repair work on the snapped SEA-ME-WE 4 (South East Asia-Middle East-West Europe 4), which connects South East Asia and Europe through India and the Middle East, has reportedly come to an end and the internet is expected to return to normalcy by Friday, Apr 30.
The SEA-ME-WE 4 is an international sub-marine cable consortium of 16 companies including Airtel, Tata Communications and UAE-based Etisalat.
Etisalat on Thursday, Apr 29 confirmed that cable system in the Mediterranean Sea has been fixed.