Because of mass protests, the authorities are forcing providers to turn off the mobile Internet.
Sunday, September 27, in the Belarusian capital Minsk, mobile Internet began to be turned off against the background of mass protests, the press service of the Belarusian provider of telecommunications services A1 on Twitter.
“In accordance with the order of the authorized government agencies, the capacity of mobile Internet in Minsk was reduced on September 27. Fulfillment of this requirement leads to deterioration of data transmission service quality or temporary unavailability of the service,” the report says.
The company has not reported when the correct access to the Internet will be restored.
Recall that today Minsk hosts the so-called “people’s inauguration” of Svetlana Tikhanovskaya. Detentions have already started in the capital of Belarus. Military equipment has been pulled into the city and the central metro stations have been closed.