The British Prime Minister called on more people to work from home, causing many mobile networks to be paralyzed

Netease Technology News, March 18, according to foreign media reports, after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on people to work from home to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, all people including O2, EE, Vodafone and Three The large mobile networks in the UK are all paralyzed.

Many users complained on social media that they were unable to make calls throughout the morning, and some claimed that their business was greatly affected. Netizens said: “We can’t pay for unused services. We don’t have internet on our phones, so we shouldn’t pay. You’re robbing us.”

The EE spokesperson initially stated that they thought it was a problem with the 02 network, but later admitted that it was a “technical accident that occurred in the equipment connecting the UK mobile network, which caused many customers to have problems calling today.” 02’s The spokesperson said that this is a “cross-industry issue” and full service is being restored.

The two spokespersons also said: “Today, the entire industry has encountered a problem. Phones between different networks cannot be connected. Specifically, O2, Vodafone and Three cannot connect to EE. When this country needs interconnectivity the most, The important thing is that we work together, not blame each other before the facts have not yet been determined.”

Three, Vodafone and other companies have already apologized for this and said their teams are working hard to solve the problem as soon as possible. (Little)

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