Internet connectivity will slow down in the coming days as the AAG cable connecting South East Asia and the United States has broken again, Viettel and VNPT said on August 3.
The communication groups said the Hong Kong line of the trans-Pacific Asia-America Gateway broke down at 5.39pm on August 2, and a repair schedule was yet to be confirmed.
Director of VNPT’s IDC Data Centre in the southern region Dinh Nhu Khoa told online newspaper zing.vn that it would take more time than usual to repair the cable line due to Typhoon Nida.
“The cable repair ship cannot reach the location where the line has been damaged,” he said.
Typhoon Nida on August 2 hit Hong Kong, forcing the city to temporarily shut down as heavy rain and strong winds battered the city.
The AAG monitoring committee is looking into the cause of the line rupture.