The Reliance Jio network appears to be down in some parts of the country. Users took to microblogging site Twitter and DownDetector to report their complaints.
Jio in parts of India users unable to make calls
- Reliance Jio across India.
- Jio users say they can’t make calls.
- Jio has yet to release an official statement.
The Reliance Jio network appears to be down in some parts of the country. Users took to microblogging site Twitter and DownDetector to report their complaints. Most of the users say that they cannot make calls despite the presence of the network. The company has yet to release an official statement on this.
The breakdown tracking site DownDetector indicates that the Jio network has been down since 8:06 PM IST. According to the website, most users were unable to receive a signal, about 66% of them. The network issue apparently only occurred for mobile users. The company’s broadband service was not affected.
“User reports indicate that Jio has been having issues since 8:06 PM IST,” the outage tracking website said in its official tweet.
Notably, the network seems to be down in some parts of the country and not everywhere. Users from Chandigarh, Himachal,
Several users took to Twitter to post about the issues they were facing. A user said that despite having a full network, he was unable to make calls. Here are some tweets from Jio users and the issues they are facing:
Jio is down
Tweet from BSNL#Jiodown. It has become a routine now. Two hours off daily.
—Akhil Rana (@trakhil26) April 7, 2022
— Akshay Thakur (@Akahay4ji) April 7, 2022
— Everything here (@devudhiman) April 7, 2022
— Homi Devang Kapoor (@Homidevang31) April 7, 2022
– GAME ALONE (@ LONEGAMING900) April 7, 2022
We will update the article once the telecom operator releases an official statement or if there is a new update on the network outage.
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