Virgin Media down: Network goes down, leaving thousands of Brits unable to access internet

Virgin Media down: Network goes down, leaving thousands of Brits unable to access internet

  • According to Down Detector, the problems began around 11:13 Moscow time.
  • Of the problems reported, 70% said they had problems with fixed internet.
  • Virgin Media has confirmed that the issue is affecting customers in and around Reading.

It’s one of the most popular networks in the UK, but Virgin Media is having trouble this morning.

According to Down Detector, the problems began around 11:13 Moscow time and affect users in the Reading Zone.

While the cause of the failure remains unclear, there are over 3,800 issues reported to Down Detector.

Of these reports, 70% reported problems with landline internet, 22% reported a complete shutdown, and 9% reported problems with mobile internet.

Speaking to MailOnline, Virgin Media confirmed that the issue is affecting customers in and around Reading.

“We are aware of an outage impacting broadband services for some customers in and around Reading – there are no nationwide broadband outages impacting our network,” the spokesperson said.

“We are working as quickly as possible to restore services and apologize to those affected.”

It’s one of the most popular networks in the UK, but Virgin Media is having trouble this morning.

Speaking to MailOnline, Virgin Media confirmed that the issue is affecting customers in and around Reading.

Speaking to MailOnline, Virgin Media confirmed that the issue is affecting customers in and around Reading.

In addition to being unable to access the Internet, many users have reported that they are unable to use the Virgin Media Service Status Checker.

MailOnline tried to access the service status and got a blank screen.

Several frustrated users have taken to Twitter to discuss the glitch.

One user wrote: “Please confirm when will my internet be fixed? It went offline about 15 minutes ago, but the Service Checker doesn’t provide any information! It seems to be stuck.”

Another added: “@virginmedia can’t use your internet, which sucks when you’re working from home. Do you know when I will be able to use the Internet again?”

And one of them said: “I love it when I planned to start the week and be super productive, but the virgin media doesn’t want me and turned off the Internet.”

Virgin Media launches plug-and-play streaming box

The set-top box can be connected to almost any TV with an HDMI port and allows you to store all your favorite streaming apps in one place for one monthly bill.

The set-top box can be connected to almost any TV with an HDMI port and allows you to store all your favorite streaming apps in one place for one monthly bill.

Virgin Media has unveiled a new plug-and-play box called Stream.

The set-top box can be connected to almost any TV with an HDMI port, and you can store all your streaming apps in one place for one monthly bill.

This means that customers can add or remove subscriptions to Disney+, Netflix and Amazon Prime every month, no long-term contracts.

David Bouchier, director of television and entertainment at Virgin Media O2, said: “In a time of endless entertainment choices and stress on family budgets, we put viewers first.

“Streaming customers will only pay for the entertainment they choose and can save monthly on the content they add – it’s a truly flexible and personal way to enjoy the most important entertainment at a great price.”

The launch comes in hot pursuit of competitor Sky’s latest offering. sky glass – streaming TV with built-in Sky services.