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    Vodafone Network Reportedly Down Across Europe With Hundreds of Customers Unable to Call, Use 4G

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    Vodafone users from a number of countries across Europe have reported that they are having internet and service difficulties, according to the Independent.

    Users from the UK, Ireland, Portugal, Germany and Italy have taken to social media to report their technical issues, writing that they were "unable to use their mobile's internet and broadband services".

    Vodafone Ireland and Vodafone UK have commented on the matter, saying that they are "currently investigating a potential disruption to our fixed and mobile services".

    "Due to technical problems, we are having difficulties in our fixed and mobile services nationwide. This situation is already in the process of being resolved. We apologise for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding", Vodafone Portugal said in a tweet.

    The problem appeared at a time when Vodafone is concentrated on the start of its first 5G services in the UK.

    Social media users have shared numerous posts complaining about the network.

    "When Vodfafone is not working", a tweet says.​

    ​Vodafone is a British telecommunications company that predominantly operates services in Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania. The company was ranked 4th by the number of mobile customers it has as of 2018 among mobile operator groups globally.

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