MTN Ghana users have been experiencing challenges with their internet connectivity and even voice-call over the past 3-4 days.
MTN in a statement said “the problem is as a result of an international undersea fiber cable cut. Our engineers are working to resolve the challenge.”
Well, some MTN users have found a way to still browse with the normal internet speed. And that is by using a Virtual private network (VPN).
This is creating doubts in the mind of people as to if MTN is being truthful that their problem is as a result of a fiber cable cut undersea or not.
Because how can internet be working fine with VPN when they claim there’s really a problem?
Below is what some users are saying on social media:
MTN is lieing there no any Submarine fibre cuts just find a free VPN download and connect you will get your internet back THANK ME LATER pic.twitter.com/fjJcSshsDO
— Joe Funds (@JoeUnchained) January 17, 2020
Turn on your VPN and browse with your MTN without any difficulties. pic.twitter.com/0aF2CXUxQL
— Pope (@ChampagneP0pe) January 17, 2020