- According to Down Detector, the problems occurred around 12:30 BST. started on
- Sky confirms affected customers in east and central Scotland
- Users were unable to access the Internet, with some reports of Now TV issues
Sky is back online after a two-hour outage that left users in eastern and central Scotland unable to access the internet.
According to Down Detector, the problems started around 12:30 BST, with more than 3,000 reports of problems.
Sky has now confirmed that the outage is finally over.
It tweeted: ‘Sky Broadband and Talk customers affected in East and Central Scotland this afternoon.
‘The issue has now been resolved and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.’
Sky is back online after a two-hour outage that left users in eastern and central Scotland unable to access the internet
According to Down Detector, the problem with Sky Broadband started around 12:30 BST, with over 3,000 reports of problems
Although the cause of the outage is unclear, 98 percent of those who reported problems to Down Detector said they couldn’t access the Internet, while 1 percent were having problems with their TVs, and one percent accounted for total blackouts. were experiencing.
Several frustrated users have taken to Twitter to discuss today’s internet outage.
One user wrote, ‘Internet is down for the last one hour and Sky 4G coverage in North Berwick is very poor. I have to use wifi calling to make phone calls.
Several frustrated users have taken to Twitter to discuss today’s internet outage
‘Are you planning to do something about this or should I consider moving to another provider (using my wife’s BT phone to send this).’
Another wrote: ‘Internet is off, see Twitter, looks like it’s widespread in Scotland, and Sky is pretending nothing is wrong.’
And one tweeted: ‘Why is broadband service so unreliable This second month the entire east coast of Scotland has no internet connection. Absolutely frightening sky.’