UK ISP, BT which provides broadband to seven million UK subscriber has made “some outrage” to their customer when the company experiencing internet connection problems on Saturday morning.
BT hasn’t revealed how many users were affected by this outage, but according to latest figures the telecom giant has 7 million subscribers across the UK.
However, BT has response to the issue after Twitter users from across the country revealed about not being able to access major websites, like Facebook, eBay, and Amazon.
After the “network incident” was resolved, at around noon, many people complained on Twitter. Some bemoaned the irony of BT directing them to the internet to have the issue resolved.
Meanwhile, the company is still investigating the underlying causes of the outage and hasn’t updated its BTCare tweet feed for the last 48 hours.
A spokeswoman for the company reiterated: “There were problems with our broadband service earlier today but they were resolved. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.”
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