The users of Reliance Jio, the country’s largest telecom operator, are facing a lot of trouble today. Within minutes, #jiodown started trending on Twitter. Users complained about Jio’s network being down.
Jio’s network is down in some areas of Madhya Pradesh.
The users of Reliance Jio, the country’s largest telecom operator, are facing a lot of trouble today. Due to the downfall of Jio network, users are facing problems in calling and using the internet. Within minutes, #jiodown started trending on the social media platform Twitter. Users complained about Jio’s network is down. Some users wrote that Jio’s network is not working for several hours. Some users wrote that after Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, now Jio’s network is also down.
The complaint about Jio network being down was first reported around 9:30 am today. After this, the number of users complaining about the downing of the Jio network increased rapidly. According to sources, Jio’s service has not been interrupted across the country. Jio service has been down only in some areas of Madhya Pradesh. This problem is going on since last one and half hour. The company’s technical team is working to fix it. Hope the system gets fixed soon.
It is noteworthy that the number of active mobile customers of Reliance Jio increased by 61 lakhs in July. During this period, the number of active connections of Bharti Airtel increased by 23 lakhs. This information has been given in the latest data of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). With this increase, the market share of Reliance Jio has also increased. Jio’s mobile connections stood at 34.64 million at the end of July.
Facebook service down
Earlier on Monday, the services of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram were jammed for several hours. This was the first time that the service of all three social media platforms across the world was closed for hours. Due to this, crores of users around the world were troubled. This also led to a fall in Facebook’s stock and the net worth of the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg fell by $ 6.11 billion in a single day.