TALKTALK has gone down leaving customers unable to access the internet.
According to downdetector.com complaints started at around 8am on Wednesday morning.
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Hundreds of reports about the outage have been recorded with email and internet services appearing to be affected.
Downdetector, which monitors services at major companies, shows reports of problems in several locations across the country.
Once customer complained: “looks like the internet is disconnecting randomly for the last 30 minutes. When will this be fixed?”
Another said: “I can login when on 4G mobile data but not with Internet. Are there Internet issues. My daughter has online Uni lessons later and will need Internet!!”
We’ve asked TalkTalk about the issue and when it will be fixed and will update when we hear back.
Millions of Brits now rely on home broadband services because they are working form home because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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TalkTalk has over 4million customers using internet services at home.
Customers have said they are also struggling to access their TalkTalk email.
A frustrated user said: “Can’t get into email still, any updates please?”
Another tweeted: “Can’t access emails this morning on any device. Error message LG0005. Please help.”
TalkTalk customers can check if there are issues using the company’s service checker online.
It says there are currently problems accessing email.
A message reads: “We’re aware that some customers are unable to access their email. We’d like to apologise for the inconvenience caused and assure you that we’re investigating the issue as a priority.”
But it says there are no reported issues with broadband.
Can I get compensation for a broadband outage?
If you’re suffering issues with your internet, call or mobile services then you may be entitled to compensation.
You’ll need to make sure you report the outage so your provider is aware of the problem, but then you will likely be entitled to compensation automatically.
The Automatic Compensation Scheme means broadband and landline customers get their money back from their provider when things go wrong.
You don’t have to ask for it, and it should just be given to you automatically.
Internet firms usually pay out £8 for each day that broadband and phone service is not repaired after two full days of no service.
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