Rogers customers experience network downtime across Canada, emergency services warn of disruptions

Rogers and Phyto Wireless customers woke up to surprising inconvenience Monday morning after being unable to call people or use the Internet due to a widespread network outage in Canada.

According to a tweet RogersHelps, The company that manages customer care and technical support for the telecommunications company is working to restore service.

Some cities are warning residents about having difficulty communicating with emergency services.

Peel police instructed the callers Operators could not make 9-1-1 calls Due to malfunction. There is also the city of Guelph Warns residents Trying to contact emergency services to use the landline instead.

Many took to social media Express frustration Due to the malfunction, some reporting services have been down since 2 p.m.

Some say the crash prevented them Booking or confirming appointments For COVID-19 vaccines in clinics.

Parents said There are problems Children enroll in online classes. School Boards such as the DDSP and the Durham Catholic District School Board Warned parents They may be Connecting issues Realism.

Rogers Communications, which owns both Rogers Wireless and Phyto Solutions, is the largest telephone carrier in Canada with approximately 10.8 million subscribers.

Star approached Rogers for feedback. There are a lot to come.

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