In the early morning of January 12, a large number of users reported that China Telecom was disconnected from the Internet, affecting many cities across the country, and it has now been searched on Weibo.

In addition, it is reported that the outbound optical cable of China Telecom's AS4134 backbone network in Guangzhou was interrupted, affecting access to some overseas areas. Currently, the service is downgraded and the traffic is transferred from the Guangzhou export to the Shanghai export.

  On the morning of the same day, China Telecom replied to China Business News that at 0:27 on January 12, 2022, due to the failure of network equipment, the Internet was congested in Jiji. After emergency treatment, the repair was completed at 0:51.

  Fu Liang, a telecommunications expert, told reporters that the interruption of outbound optical cables is not directly related to the disconnection of domestic users, and the specific reasons will be further announced by China Telecom.

  In the past year, China Telecom has experienced several large-scale network outages and other related failure events.

  According to CCTV news, on November 21 last year, users of China Telecom in Gansu Province experienced no signal or 2G network, unable to use call and SMS services, and China Telecom customer service calls could not be connected.

Then the official response said that the reason was that the equipment failure in Gansu affected 5G voice and data services, and some Gansu telecom users in other places were also affected.

  On December 10 last year, Shaanxi Telecom also experienced a sudden large-scale network outage.

Shaanxi Telecom responded that the accident was caused by the failure of the Internet domain name resolution service of China Telecom Shaanxi Company, which affected the login of some websites in Xi'an, Weinan, Baoji and other places.

  On August 20, 2021, after China Telecom's A-shares closed up 34.88% on the first day of listing, China Telecom's A-shares fell by the limit on two trading days after the listing (August 23 and August 24), and since then Low volatility.

On November 22 last year, China Telecom announced in the evening that the number of 5G package users in October was 168.49 million, with a net increase of 12.95 million that month.

  As of press time, China Telecom's share price was at 4.30 yuan per share, down 0.23%.