Phone networks in Tehran disrupted on eve of planned protests

The Iranian regime’s telecommunications company in Tehran has disrupted telephone usage in vast parts of the city, it was reported on Thursday.

Since Tuesday night and simultaneous with growing public calls for an anti-regime protest on the 32nd anniversary of the Iranian revolution, mobile phones in extensive parts of Tehran were reported to have limited or no connectivity.

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, it was reported that mobile phone communications were made either impossible or extremely challenging around many focal points in Tehran, including Resalat Square, Shemiran-e No, Tehran Pars, Damavand Avenue, Seraj, Baqeri highway, Rashid and Dolat district.

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