O2 network outage hits Herefordshire

O2 network outage hits Herefordshire

It was confirmed by O2 earlier today that the it has been identified as a software issue within the system of one of their 3rd party suppliers.

Customers of O2, GiffGaff and virtual operators who use Telefonica's network in the United Kingdom have been hit by a spectacular outage across the country.

The service status page of the O2 website added that "voice calls are working OK" and apologised for any inconvenience caused.

This drop in service will also affect services that use 02's network including GiffGaff, Sky Mobile, Tesco Mobile, LycaMobile and TalkTalk.

O2 said its technical teams are working with its supplier's teams to fix the problem. We believe other mobile operators around the world are also affected.

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Millions of people have been having problems with their mobile phones this morning, after the O2 network went down.

If you spent this morning freaking out you'd used up your data allowance and tried desperately to call O2 to give them a piece of your mind, you're not alone.

A TfL spokesperson told The Register: "We're sorry that customers are unable to use our Countdown screens at bus stops for live travel information".

O2 have assured customers that they are working as hard as possible to get the networks up and running as soon as possible. Work is now ongoing to fix the fault and customers are being encouraged to use wi-fi where possible.

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