By Tuoi Tre News

Internet users in Vietnam can now say goodbye to connection at a snail’s speed as the breaks on the submarine cable providing connectivity to the country have been repaired one day earlier than scheduled.

Repairs to the ruptures on the section S1I, connecting the Vietnamese coastal city of Vung Tau and Hong Kong, of the AAG (Asia Gateway Pacific) underwater cable system started at 11:15 pm on Wednesday and finished around 7:45 am today, October 2, the AAG operator said.

By that time, 100 percent of Vietnam’s Internet traffic had been restored, relieving users in the Southeast Asian country of disrupted or slow connections that lasted for more than two weeks.

The repair task will officially finish at 7:00 am on October 4, with cable burying work now in progress.

It was expected that Internet connection in Vietnam would return to normal on October 3.

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