Three mobile network goes DOWN across the UK

Three mobile network goes DOWN across the UK leaving thousands of customers unable to make calls or get online The first reports of problems with the Three network came in about 08:47 BST This had turned into a flood of reports from across the country by 09:15 BST  Three says it is aware of a problem with its network and is working to fix it 

By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline

Published: 09:52 BST, 7 October 2020 | Updated: 10:22 BST, 7 October 2020

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The Three mobile network has gone down across the UK leaving thousands of customers unable to access the internet or make phone calls. 

First reports of a fault with the network were submitted to the DownDetector website at about 08:47 BST, with a flood of complaints coming in by 09:15 BST. 

Of those reporting problems 52 per cent say it is with their mobile phone, 26 per cent are getting no signal and 21 per cent can't get access to the mobile internet.  

A Three UK spokesperson said they were aware there was an issue with the network and were 'working hard to fix it' as quickly as possible. 

The outage comes as the government encourage people to return to working from home if they can off the back of a dramatic spike in coronavirus infections.

The Three mobile network has gone down across the UK leaving thousands of customers unable to access the internet or make phone calls

The Three mobile network has gone down across the UK leaving thousands of customers unable to access the internet or make phone calls

The company apologised for the outage, saying: 'We know how vital communications are at the moment and are sorry for any inconvenience caused.' 

Users from across the country have taken to twitter to express concern over the lack of connection, with many tweeting Three Support to ask about any outage.

So far the company have not posted on social media about any problems with the

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