9AM UPDATE: Three has now officially confirmed the outage which has hit users this morning.
In a post on Twitter, Three said: “We’re currently experiencing technical difficulties with voice, text and data, meaning some of you will be experiencing intermittent service. please accept our apologies, we’re sorting this out right now. check back here for updates.”
Although they have now revealed a problem with the network there’s no word on when it will be fixed.
8 AM UPDATE: The Three Mobile gremlins continue this morning after a night of troubles for the network.
There’s still no word on what is causing the outage which is affecting customers across large parts of the UK.
ORIGINAL STORY: Three Mobile is down this morning with customers in the UK reporting the popular service is not working.
Thousands of Three users appear to be having some major issues with many saying they can’t get a phone signal or access the internet via 4G.
Independent website Down Detector, which measures social mentions around a certain topic to track outages across the globe, registered a peak of over 7,000 Three customers experiencing problems.
The outage seems to have begun overnight and there’s still no sign of it being fixed this morning.
Although not confirmed, there seem to no sigbal across large parts of this UK including areas such as Manchester, London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Nottingham, Bradford, Edinburgh, and Sheffield
Users have taken to forums and social media to complain of the outage which is leaving their smartphone unable to make calls or get online.
One user said: “It was up and running for about 30 minutes but its back down again. #Hampshire.:
And another added: “No signal since last night, it’s shambolic that they have not fixed it yet.”
Twitter is also packed with complaints with the #threedown currently trending in the UK.
One posted a message saying: ‘How long this gonna last?!?”
Whilst another said: ‘We live in 2019, where a network has been down for nearly 6 hours but @ThreeUK can not even update their customers.. How is that right? Have some shame and communicate with your customers #threedown”
There’s currently no word on when the issues will be fixed but Express.co.uk will update this article when we find out more details.