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Internet users in Mauritius, who have been experiencing Internet service disruptions since May 25, will need to wait for a couple of days more before traffic speed is restored.

According to Mauritius Telecom, the repair works off on the SAT3 submarine cable off the coast of West Africa are due to end on June 1, 2021 at 4pm.

The SAFE/SAT3/WASC consortium’s repairs of the damaged SAFE undersea optical fiber cable, as well as the Lower Indian Ocean Network (LION) system, come at a time of increasing demand for connectivity. The broadband penetration rate has reportedly increased from 118.24% in 2019 to 130.17% in 2020. International bandwidth traffic increased from 101,657 Mbps in 2019 to 144,973 Mbps in 2020.

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