O2 says a major data outage which has affected millions of people since Thursday morning has been fixed, but now customers are saying they can't send text messages. In a statement made at 3.30am, O2 said its 4G network was back up and running. It follows a 24 hour service outage that left millions of O2 customers across the UK fuming. "We can now report that our 4G network has been restored," a spokesperson said. "Our technical teams will continue to monitor service performance closely over the next few days to ensure we remain stable. "A review will be carried out with Ericsson to understand fully what happened. "We'd like to thank our customers for their patience during the loss of service on Thursday December 6 and we're sorry for any impact the issue may have caused." But some customers are still experiencing problems this morning - particularly when it comes to sending texts - with many venting their anger on Twitter. On Twitter user called Mark, a customer of GiffGiff which … [Read more...] about O2 customers now unable to send TEXTS despite mobile phone network saying data problems have been fixed
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Scotland 16 November 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-46232572 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel A Police Scotland bid to use cyber kiosks to gather data from mobile devices has been delayed amid concerns the technology may be … [Read more...] about Should police be able to search mobiles?
Downing Street has slapped down Boris Johnson after he warned that Britain was heading for a "spectacular political car-crash" if the Government stuck to Theresa May's plans for Brexit. The former foreign secretary's warning came as Mrs May gave one of her most positive forecasts yet for Britain's future after Brexit, telling the BBC: "I believe that our best days are ahead of us." Asked in an interview for Panorama, asked why she thought Brexit would be good for Britain, she replied: "It gives the United Kingdom opportunities as an independent and sovereign state to build a better future for all our people." But Mr Johnson warned that, unless Mrs May's Chequers plan was dropped, Britain was "heading full throttle for the ditch with a total write-off of Brexit". Requirements for a "backstop" arrangement at the Irish border, contained in December's agreement between Mrs May and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker, would leave the UK a "vassal state" of the EU, the former … [Read more...] about No.10 slaps down Johnson’s claim he was ‘taken in’ over Brexit
A MOBILE library service in Solihull is set to be scrapped next April and replaced with home deliveries. A council officer’s report on Tuesday to Solihull’s cabinet member for leisure, tourism and sport, Joe Tildesley, recommended the £32,000 mobile service is replaced. It was designed to enable people with restricted access to libraries and community venues to borrow books. It operates on a three weekly cycle and delivers books to 45 stops in the borough, with about 250 regular users, the council claims. Warwickshire County Council would be contracted to supply the new home delivery service. The council argues use of the mobile service has changed with the advent of the internet. It claims that over the last seven years customer use has declined by a quarter. It also says the target audience has also altered with customers being disproportionately females over 65. The new services will be tailored towards people who are in care homes, housebound or less mobile, … [Read more...] about Mobile library service to be replaced with ‘bespoke’ home deliveries
GRINDR killer Stephen Port has sparked outrage by launching an appeal - claiming his victims caused their own deaths. Twisted Port, 43, was given a whole life jail term in 2016 after he was convicted of drugging, raping and killing four men and is being probed 58 more suspicious fatalities. But sources close to his family have revealed the monster - dubbed “The Grindr Killer” after luring victims on gay dating sites - has shown no remorse. And he is now seeking legal advice to launch an appeal claiming his murder and rape convictions are unsafe and he was guilty of lesser manslaughter charges. A source close to the Port family told The Sun: “Stephen’s conviction for murder was way too high and untrue. “If anything it should have been manslaughter as these deaths were a series of self inflicted accidental drug overdoses. “It was proven in court that they had other drugs, medication and alcohol in their systems before they met up with Stephen. … [Read more...] about Grindr killer who drugged, raped and killed four men plots appeal after sick claim his victims caused their own deaths