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Three-yaarrgh! Major UK mobile network's data goes down

'Loving the rollout of new 0G data,' disgruntled user Tweets. On his computer

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British mobile network Three is having data issues this morning, cutting its subscribers off from the internet.

Despite having no access to the web, frustrated users still managed to tweet about how annoyed they were to be kicked offline:

A network spokesperson told The Reg in a statement that "some customers" were having data issues and said they were "working quickly to resolve the problem".

The firm did not provide any detail about what the actual problem is or how many of its customers are being affected. ®

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