MTN Nigeria Communications Plc has advised its subscribers to restart their phones if they are still experiencing downtime.
The mobile network operator made this known in a Facebook post early Sunday.
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“We are extremely sorry for the trouble you have faced in accessing our network.
“We understand how important remaining connected is for your personal and business needs and your frustration is completely justified.
“We are working tirelessly to restore all connections, as we have also made some progress. Kindly restart your phone if you’re still experiencing a downtime,” the post read.
The telecoms provider also said its engineers are currently addressing the challenge and the issue would soon be resolved.
The disruption lasted for only two hours for some subscribers. Calls, SMS, and Internet were affected, as the telecom subscribers stood helpless.
‘Emergency calls only’ showed on the screens of the users of the Yellow Network our correspondent spoke with on Saturday.
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MTN is the largest network provider in Nigeria. According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, MTN had 73,133,330 subscribers in August. The Yellow Network’s downtime comes just some days after Facebook’s services were unavailable for hours, and the world panicked.
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