Postpaid mobile services to begin in Kashmir today | Namaste Bharat

14 Oct 2019 10:00 AM

Postpaid mobile services to begin in Kashmir today | Namaste Bharat

Updated 14 Oct 2019 10:00 AM

Mobile phone services and internet facilities were suspended in Kashmir on August 5 following the abrogation of the Article 370.

Although mobile phone services were available in Jammu and Ladakh region of the state during this period, it continued to remain suspended in the valley since August 5.

Speaking to media in Srinagar, spokesman of the state government Rohit Kansal said, "Following improvement in the overall situation in the valley it has been decided to allow post-paid mobile phone services from Monday forenoon."

There is, however, no official word on restoration of internet facility which continues to remain suspended since August 5.

Sources said, it had initially been decided to allow mobile phone connectivity only on BSNL post paid cell phones, but keeping in view the fact that not many locals have post paid BSNL mobile phones it was decided to restore services on all post paid mobile phones operated by different service providers.

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