Telegram is quite a popular app in Pakistan but for almost two months now the app is down. Telegram is not accessible in the country and millions of users are not able to access it. In short, Telegram is blocked in Pakistan.
It must be noted that Telegram is just down in Pakistan. Otherwise globally it is working normally without any complaints.
So it is assumed that Pakistani authorities might have blocked Telegram App in Pakistan.
Telegram main features are its encrypted and secure messaging, uncompressed images and ability to send larger files. The app is available for users on phones, tablets for iOS, Android etc. Just recently Telegram introduced the feature that Telegram Group chats can now have 30,000 members. Unfortunately, people in Pakistan are unable to access Telegram or any of its interesting features.
Let’s see the reactions of people on the ban of Telegram App in Pakistan.
It's been almost 2 months now since the Telegram and website stopped working in Pakistan. Please, fix it!!!! This is unprofessional of you all tbh.
— SugaInMyTaeYummm (@Kitty_Swift786) November 20, 2017
@telegram Telegram has stopped in Pakistan since last night… Why???
— Sheikh M Nawaz (@Sheikh_M_Nawaz) November 20, 2017
telegram services are not working anymore in Pakistan. need update?
— Jeem (@jawedan) November 20, 2017
@telegram telegram not working over here in Lahore, Pakistan
— Mahboob Mustafa (@mahboobmustafaa) November 20, 2017
@telegram Service is not working in Pakistan with WiFi Connection, just running in LTE, so please fix this problem and guide us how to fix it if it's in our hand. I have already put detailed message through app but nobody yet replied. Waiting for your positive response??
— Syed Kashan Ali (@Cryptone_Hodler) November 20, 2017
Hey @telegram, your App again stopped working here in Pakistan.
— Usama Naeem IV (@UsamaIV) October 28, 2017
So pakistan government has blocked my favourite messaging app #Telegram. What am i suppose to do with my life now.
— عبداللّٰہ (@Chokorchaddi) November 19, 2017
Why is @telegram blocked in pakistan?
— Ali Sajid (@alisajidcs) November 20, 2017