Numerous customers of Rogers flanker brand Fido are venting on social media they don’t have network connections. The loss of signal means many are unable to make and receive calls, along with text messages.
The @FidoSolutions Twitter account has been responding to customers affected by saying “We are aware that some of our customers are unable to place and receive calls and/or SMS. Our technicians are investigating and normal service will be restored as quickly as possible.”
Canadian Outages notes outages were coming in from cities such as Toronto, Vancouver, Surrey, Ottawa, Mississauga, Burnaby, Calgary, Brampton, Richmond, and Laval.
Some users are noting their service is slowly coming back. Were you affected to tonight’s Fido outage?
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