According to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), they have not yet received any directives to once again suspend internet connectivity.
The authorities also asserts that while social media sites have not yet been decided to reopen, mobile internet connections have been restored nationwide.
Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube are still unavailable.
Following rallies by PTI supporters after Imran Khan’s arrest in the Al-Qadir Trust case last Tuesday, access to social media sites was censored.
The country’s internet service had been taken down nationwide by the Interior Ministry.
The PTA reported on Saturday that internet connectivity had been restored countrywide, but that social media applications were still suspended and that a decision had not yet been taken about whether to resume use of them.
The suspension of social media apps like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram has continued to stir up controversy despite the restoration of internet connectivity. Government officials initially enforced the suspension, citing worries about the propagation of false information and its possible impact on public order and safety.
The decision to restore social media would be taken by the Ministry of Interior, Rana Sanaullah, the PTA added