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For users who have been struggling to send texts and make calls recently, it is likely no coincidence. Phone service provider Three UK has confirmed Saturday that a "temporary network issue" has been affecting a number of users. However, it claims the problems should now be fixed. Many users on social media have reported texts being sent to the wrong person. Other customers received texts and calls from unknown senders. The company suggests that those who continue to experience problems restart their phones and resend texts from Saturday.

Added on the 23/04/2017 12:59:53 - Copyright : Wochit

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