Pakistan & Other Nations Are Experiencing WhatsApp Outages
October 25, 2022 / By Zunair Tahir / Tech News
According to the outage monitor Downdetector, WhatsApp’s messaging service was unavailable to customers on Tuesday.
According to the website’s report, the app went offline just before noon, and #WhatsApp trended on Pakistani Twitter with 13,000 individuals discussing the outage.
Users complained that despite the app’s display of “connected,” they were unable to send messages.
As a result of a recent outage, users of the Meta-owned programmer were unable to access the instant messaging service WhatsApp in Pakistan and other nations on Tuesday.
Although the Facebook-owned business has not released a statement, people rushed to social media when they were unable to connect on WhatsApp.
India too reported experiencing an outage.
A Meta representative stated, “We’re aware that some users are now experiencing problems sending messages, and we’re trying to restore WhatsApp for everyone as soon as possible.”
Major social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp had a significant outage in October 2021 that may have affected tens of millions of users.
outage monitor Outages were detected by Down detector in densely populated cities like Paris and Washington.
With thousands of complaints of outages posted online, Down detector, an online portal that gives consumers real-time information about services, confirmed disruptions.
The talking service isn’t functioning for millions of customers, according to the connection tracker.
Many users reported outages on other social media sites while WhatsApp went down, and the issue also generated humorous responses on Twitter and other platforms where WhatsApp is popular.
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