These past few days have been quite tough on the Pakistanis considering the fact that the digital generation had to make do with crawling internet, or no internet at all.
It happened due to a fault in the India-Middle East-Western Europe (IMEWE) submarine cable near Jeddah, which made Pakistanis furious, but their responses on different social media platforms were nothing short of hilarious.
PTCL informed its customers about the fault via Twitter, ironically when there was no internet in the country.
Here’s how PTCL broke the bad news:
Outage in international submarine cable systems providing internet bandwidth to Pakistan, IMEWE. Customers will face slow internet browsing
— PTCL (@PTCLOfficial) August 5, 2017
Despite the crawling internet, Pakistanis found a way to troll the internet providers.
Here’s what they had to say:
Correction: Not slow, "no internet browsing"
— Muhammad Anas (@Muhammad_Anas87) August 5, 2017
My sister on internet outage: pic.twitter.com/ytujxoapTM
— Qaneeta (@Qaneetahaseeb) August 6, 2017
Pehle bara rocket ki speed se net chalta tha ?
— Rehman (@najebwp) August 5, 2017
پہلے کون سا 5Gچلتا ہے ptclپے 😂
— Hamza Hashmi(PTI) (@Hamza75954) August 5, 2017
Customers rn: pic.twitter.com/z867293tzo
— Bilal Ahmed (@HBA_162) August 5, 2017
Barish se 1 week phle net kharab barish k 1 week bad tk net kharab. Garmi sardi khiza bahar sara sal ptcl ka net kharab 😡😡
— Zainab Shah (@KingZainabb) August 5, 2017
— Hassam Ali (@NiazAliHassam) August 5, 2017
Thank u @PTCLOfficial ..
After 4 hours at least i realized we breathe oxygen 😂😂
— Nimra Asim (@NimraHSKP) August 5, 2017
Dunya ka net spoil kr k..how you r tweeting??
— Abdul Qayum (@Abdul_Qayum7) August 6, 2017
Even Zong seemed to be enjoying PTCL’s troubles. We all remember the Twitter showdown between PTCL and Nayatel, don’t we? It wasn’t exactly a showdown, but still…
There were those who reminded PTCL of their tweets they posted in that epic showdown a few days ago:
— Ammaar Arshad (@Ammaar_Arshad) August 5, 2017
This time, they had no answer to it.
Aunty gormint’s fans also sprung to action:
Yeh saray mil k hum ko pagal bana rahay hain
— HASSAN (@AurTezHassan) August 6, 2017
تھینکیو بہت مزہ ایا منحوسو
— فلک (@saneharana218) August 5, 2017
And, finally came the good news, but the internet users were still angry.
I doubt there will be any change of speed, it's PTCL. pic.twitter.com/oBTMcKdJRl
— 🌀 (@AswadBinAzraq) August 6, 2017