The services of major technology companies experienced widespread outages, Monday, and users reported difficulties with Facebook’s Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger services, as well as Google, Twitter, and AWS’s Amazon Web services.
The major providers of mobile services in the United States, such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-mobile, were also subjected to the deviation of their services from the normal course, as a large number of users were unable to make phone calls, exchange text messages, as well as Internet services.
Users indicated that their phones work normally with wireless Internet networks (WiFi), but they are not able to connect to mobile networks.
The reasons for the outage affecting users in many regions around the world were not immediately clear.
Facebook said in a tweet on Twitter that it was aware that some users were having difficulty accessing its apps and services.
The company added that it was “working to get things back to normal as soon as possible.”
The DownDetector website, which monitors the status of electronic services, showed a significant increase in the number of complaints submitted by users of Facebook services, and it was for WhatsApp that some users were having problems running the application and sending messages.
At the level of Messenger, 36% of the complaints submitted through the “Downdetector” website focused on the inability of users to access the service’s website, while 36% also faced a problem with sending messages in general, along with 28% of the complaints centered On the malfunctions that users encounter with the service application on the mobile.