Photo: Gennady Cherkasov
After a continuous absence for the last seven hours, the former capital of Kazakhstan, Alma-Ata, has a mobile Internet. This was reported by RIA Novosti.
Mobile Internet was turned off in a number of cities in Kazakhstan after riots began in the country. As Beeline reported a day earlier, the mobile Internet was turned off for reasons beyond the control of the company itself.
The special services of Kazakhstan blocked access to the mobile Internet for fears that it would be used by protesters to coordinate actions during unauthorized protests on the streets Kazakhstani cities.