O2 said it is investigating numerous reports on social media of problems with its network on Monday.
Mr Javid tweeted: “No signal @O2. Please sort it out.”
So what do you think that O2 has told its users to do, well, their response was a typical “reset their device, and visit its support page if problems persisted.”
O2’s online network status checker said phone masts were currently not working in several areas, including London.
Users have reported online of problems in other areas including Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow and parts of Northern Ireland.
O2 customers reported not just being able to send and receive calls but SMS and MMS texts as well. The main problems seem to be with 3G internet signal. I’ve a O2 sim in my honor 6 plus as a second sim which runs on 2G and I’ve not experienced any problems.
Many others users have complained that the response to customers’ complaints from O2 had been grossly inadequate.
[Update] MVNO’s also effected by O2 outage are Tesco, GiffGaff, GT Mobile and Lycamobile
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