Subscribers of Russian mobile operators began to complain about major problems with accessing mobile Internet in Sochi and Adler. According to local authorities, the reason for this is related to the work done to improve communication during the summer months. However, according to information from sources, operators had to restrict access to services at the instruction of the Ministry of Digital Development. One possible reason for such restrictions was a series of events held in the city with the participation of high-level officials, including the meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council. According to the latest data, the connection is starting to restore.

The municipal control center of the city of Sochi reported on its Telegram channel that from June 7 to 9, some parts of the city may encounter problems with accessing mobile Internet. These temporary failures are associated with work aimed at improving communication during the summer season.

On June 7, subscribers collectively complained about service failures and mobile Internet problems in Sochi and Adler. Users also stated that there is no access to mobile internet at the local airport. These problems were associated with the arrival of high-ranking officials on events in the city, including Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko.

MegaFon’s support service has confirmed problems with mobile Internet, calls and SMS in Sochi, Krasnaya Polyana and Adler. Technicians are working to find a solution to the problem. Press services of other operators, such as Vimpelcom, MTS and Tele2, declined to comment.

According to the information in the letter sent to the technical department of one of the main Radio Frequency Center operators, telecom operators have been instructed to restrict the operation of certain electronic devices in certain areas from 7 to 9 June. This was due to the instructions of the Ministry of Digital Development. After investigations into the Ministry of Digital Development, the Main Radio Frequency Center and the government of the Krasnodar Territory, access to mobile Internet began to improve. Similar security measures to restrict access to mobile communications are already in place in other regions to prevent potential threats.

Source: Ferra

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