Internet connection restored in Gaza

Expand communication with your phone operator and context

Internet connections were restored to the Gaza Strip on Sunday after being cut off on Friday during heavy Israeli bombing, network monitoring company NetBlocks and a local phone operator said.

“Network data is shown in real time…

Expand communication with your phone operator and context

Internet connections were restored to the Gaza Strip on Sunday after being cut off on Friday during heavy Israeli bombing, network monitoring company NetBlocks and a local phone operator said.

“Real-time network data indicates that internet connectivity is being restored in the Gaza Strip,” Netblocks noted on X (formerly Twitter).

Paltel, the main telephone company operating in the Gaza Strip, and its subsidiary, Jawwal, also announced on Facebook “the gradual return of communications services (fixed, mobile, and Internet) that were cut off in the Gaza Strip due to the attack that occurred on Friday evening.” “.

One of AFP’s collaborators confirmed that he can access the Internet and mobile phone network and contact other people in this area.

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This communications outage has prevented millions of Gazans from contacting their families inside and outside this besieged area.

Many international organizations, such as the Palestinian Red Crescent and United Nations agencies, also announced that they had lost contact with their employees in the Strip.

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