5 May 2017

WhatsApp Service Returns After Worldwide Breakdown

WhatsApp known as one of the very best messaging application world wide is up and running after suffering a widespread global breakdown on Wednesday that kept users totally offline for some hours before being resolved.
It was stated in a media platform, the popular messaging service which is owned by Facebook confirmed the breakdown but didn't state the reason why it encounter such problem. "Earlier today, WhatsApp users in all part of the world were unable to access WhatsApp for a few hours.

We have now fixed the issue and apologize for the inconvenience," A spokesperson for WhatsApp said in an email conversation on Wednesday.

         "According to Reuters, WhatsApp was down in several parts of India, Canada, the U.S.A, Brazil and other regional part of the world, and in the event of the down time WhatsApp loss several users to rival system Telegram.

In Brazil alone, millions of WhatsApp users have switched over to Telegram after having two previous issues resulting from court orders.

 WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook in 2014 for $19 billion and is used by more than 1.3 billion people around the world.

really huge amount there!
WhatsApp known as one of the very best messaging application world wide is up and running after suffering a widespread global breakdown on Wednesday that kept users totally offline for some hours before being resolved.
It was stated in a media platform, the popular messaging service which is owned by Facebook confirmed the breakdown but didn't state the reason why it encounter such problem. "Earlier today, WhatsApp users in all part of the world were unable to access WhatsApp for a few hours.

We have now fixed the issue and apologize for the inconvenience," A spokesperson for WhatsApp said in an email conversation on Wednesday.

         "According to Reuters, WhatsApp was down in several parts of India, Canada, the U.S.A, Brazil and other regional part of the world, and in the event of the down time WhatsApp loss several users to rival system Telegram.

In Brazil alone, millions of WhatsApp users have switched over to Telegram after having two previous issues resulting from court orders.

 WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook in 2014 for $19 billion and is used by more than 1.3 billion people around the world.

really huge amount there!

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