People are unable to make phone calls due to a mobile network outage.

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People are unable to make phone calls due to a mobile network outage.

People were reportedly unable to make calls this morning after the mobile network Three went down.

Three consumers began having trouble making calls at 5 a.m., according to Down Detector, writes Mirror online.

Around 1,500 users had reported troubles by 8.45 a.m., implying that the concerns are widespread.

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Shortly after 7.30 a.m., three of them confessed that there was a problem.

In a statement, the business said: “Please accept our apologies if this has impacted you; our engineers are working hard to resolve the issue. Updates will be posted here.” The majority of complaints indicated that making phone calls was the problem, with a lesser percentage indicating issues with mobile internet.

People flocked to Twitter to voice their dissatisfaction.

Three received a tweet from a woman who said: “I’m unable to make or receive phone calls. Your live chat is currently unavailable. Isn’t it true that everyone on three is currently affected?” Another person commented, ” “Anyone else having issues with @ThreeUK? My entire family is unable to make or receive phone calls. three, three, three, three, three, three, three, three, three, three “..

Added one woman: “ThreeUKSupport (@ThreeUKSupport) I can’t call out or receive calls, and the same is true for those on the #three network #assistance “..

Over the last few weeks, technology companies have had a difficult time of it.

Snapchat was down for around four hours the other day.

For seven hours last week, all Facebook-owned apps, including WhatsApp and Instagram, were unavailable.

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