UK mobile networks go down as people start working from home due to coronavirus

All the major cellular networks in the UK are suffering from severe outages, which is causing further problems for the network Millions of Britons now work from home Flatten the corona curve.

The cellular networks include EE, Vodafone, O2 and 3 are supposed to run into problems, only A day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson advised the public to avoid jobs.

However, operators do not think the problem stems from the huge increase in remote work.

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“We do not believe it has to do with rising work at home [due to the coronavirus]” Said EE.

Instead they blame the disorder for “connectivity problems” that originate in O2.

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In a statement, O2 said it would share updates on its efforts to repair the network when available.

TNW reporters on EE and Vodafone did not experience any issues, but the O2 network was disabled at the time of writing.


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