After a 16-day suspension, mobile data services have been fully restored in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), Pakistan. The services were suspended on September 1 due to religious tensions in the region. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) restored the services after the GB government confirmed that security conditions had improved. The decision to restore the services was made to alleviate difficulties faced by the people. The internet and mobile phone services were initially suspended to restore law and order and stop the spread of malicious content on social media. With the situation returning to normal, the GB government has taken measures to immediately restore internet services. They have also asked people to use the internet in a positive and constructive way. The restoration of services is particularly beneficial for freelancers and those involved in tech-related businesses who were negatively affected by the suspension. On September 1, the GB government requested the downgrade of 4G cellular internet services, which was later approved by the PTA.
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