Talk Talk users have been reporting issues with their internet connections on social media.
One person said: “There are hundreds of people in the Glasgow area that I can see here having broadband issues – but they’ve been told the problem is with their setup, not yourselves.”
Another user added: “Internet appears to be down in Glasgow area G73 – are you reporting any service issues?”
A third commented, “Please can I get some help? There is no internet connection and your sites chat doesn’t seem to be working.”
The fourth reply read: “Servers are showing white light but no internet, apps or WiFi”.
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According to online complaints, people are having trouble accessing the internet, as well as the company’s customer service.
Difficulties appear to be most prominent in the Glasgow area, but reports are pouring in from Ayrshire and Lanarkshire as well.
In response, Talk Talk’s Twitter page said: “We are aware of some issues affecting service in Scotland, and our engineers are investigating as a matter of priority. We apologize for any inconvenience, and will provide further updates.” here. ”
The company has been contacted for comment.
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