EE is DOWN: Network crashes leaving users across the UK unable to use their mobile internet
It’s one of the most popular mobile networks across the UK, but it appears that EE is experiencing issues this afternoon.
According to Down Detector, the mobile network has been down since 12:56 BST, with issues affecting users across the UK.
While the reason for the outage remains unclear, of those who reported issues, 43 per cent said they were having problems with mobile internet, 38 per cent had no signal, and 19 per cent were experiencing a total blackout.
EE is yet to comment ont he outage.
According to Down Detector, the mobile network has been down since 12:46 BST, with issues affecting users across the UK
So far, more than 900 problems have been logged on Down Detector, with reports coming in from London, Manchester, Birmingham and Coventry
So far, more than 900 problems have been logged on Down Detector, with reports coming in from London, Manchester, Birmingham and Coventry.
While EE is yet to comment, many frustrated users have taken to Twitter to discuss the outage.
One user wrote: ‘EE is there an outage I have no network connection on my mobile. I have rebooted my phone also.’
Another added: ‘EE any chance you can sort your network out. Not a day goes by that it does go down.’
And one joked: ‘Not EE going down just before i need to leave the house.’
MailOnline has contacted EE for comment.
The outage comes as millions of Brits have been forced to work from home due to the national rail strikes.
It is unclear what is causing the issue, and whether it is related to widespread internet outages yesterday that affected websites and services including Outlook and Cloudflare – a content delivery network upon which much of the internet relies.
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