The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) Submarine cable from Vietnam to some Asian countries broke at 5.30 pm on May 27, affecting internet connections.
Vietnam’s millions of internet users and millions of football fans are not a happy lot this weekend.
The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) submarine cable from Vietnam to Singapore, which was crashed on December 23, 2017, will be fixed from January 6-7, according to an Internet services supplier in Vietnam.
Asia-Middle East-Western Europe (SMW-3) submarine cable troubles are expected to be fixed between December 21-26, 2017 instead of December 10 as planned, according to a representative from the Vietnam Post and Telecommunication Group (VNPT).
The Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine cable was broken at 16:00pm on June 20, affecting Internet connection in Vietnam, especially for users in central localities.
VOV.VN - The internet throughout Vietnam should now be ‘fully recovered’ and ‘operating normally’, says government owned telecommunications company VNPT.
Internet users in Vietnam can now enjoy their usual high speed connection as repairs to the Asia America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable system were completed after 20 days on August 23.
It may not be as early as we hoped, but the date for the snail-paced Internet speed in Vietnam to be fixed has been set, finally.
(VOV) - The Asia-American Gateway (AAG) submarine cable was cut again on April 23 morning, according to its management unit.
(VOV) - Installation work commenced on Southeast Asia’s longest submarine cable, in Phu Quoc island district, Kien Giang province, on November 17.
(VOV) -The Vietnam Electricity’s Southern Power Company (EVN SPC) will cooperate with Italian Prysmian PowerLink SRL to complete the final section of the longest submarine cable in Southeast Asia.
An engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to install the 110kV submarine cable was signed between Vietnam Electricity’s Southern Power Company (EVN SPC) and Italian Prysmian PowerLink SRL on May 3.