Thousands of UK Vodafone customers have complained after suffering broadband connection outages.
Downdetector, a website where people can log outages, reported 2,820 people experiencing problems Monday morning.
Vodafone posted on Twitter: “Since this morning we have become aware of and are investigating an issue affecting some of our home broadband customers.
“Getting our customers back in touch is now our top priority and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.”
One customer tweeted: “@VodafoneUK please confirm your home broadband is switched off and let us know when you plan to get it back up and running.
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“Stop all this diagnostic garbage.
“This is your end, not ours.”
In response to some disgruntled customers, Vodafone said: “We currently do not have an ETA.”
here comes the problem Virgin Media had problems last week Last Tuesday, Downdetector received 55,000 reports of internet outages.
Sky News has contacted Vodafone for comment.