Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp services across the world came to a standstill late on Monday evening, causing a lot of problems for social media users. For a long time, people could not understand that Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were not working.
Users thought it could be a problem with the phone or the Internet, but when Zuckerberg’s social media company himself expressed regret while giving information, this thing came to the fore. However, millions of dollars were lost worldwide. Not only this, it took a long time of about 6 hours to fix this problem. However, the company did not say why this problem occurred. Earlier, in March and July, Facebook had faced such a problem. However, he recovered shortly after.
Let us know that the services of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were suspended globally on Monday night. Because of this, crores of social media users around the world including India had trouble using these three digital platforms. The situation returned to normal after about 6 hours. The problem started around 9 pm Indian time and was resolved around 3 am on Sunday.
In a post a few minutes before the services were restored, Facebook said – We apologize to the people around the world and the businesses that depend on us. We are working hard to restore our apps and services. Glad to announce that we are now online. Thanks for being with us. At the same time, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger are now online. Sorry for the trouble that happened today. I know how much you trust our services to stay connected with those people.
Earlier, shortly after the sudden shutdown of the services, a Facebook spokesperson said that they are aware that some people are having problems using our products. We are working to fix this and try to get things back to normal as soon as possible and we apologize for the inconvenience.
A tweet was posted by Instagram after the services of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were suspended. That said, Instagram and Friends are having a bit of a problem right now and you may have problems using them. Stay with us, we are working on it. After this, users also started tweeting about this problem on Twitter and in a short time it started trending.
At the same time, there are a large number of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users in India. According to government data shared earlier this year, India has around 53 million WhatsApp users, around 410 million Facebook users and around 210 million Instagram users.