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WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger back online after brief suspension

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SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 19, 2021 | Last Updated: 4 weeks ago
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Posted: Mar 19, 2021 | Last Updated: 4 weeks ago
WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger back online after brief suspension

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Facebook-owned apps Whatsapp, Instagram and Messenger were back online after a brief suspension Friday night. At around 10:15pm Pakistan time, the social media apps went down globally. Users were unable to send or receive messages, or upload pictures and videos. The apps, however, started functioning normally after an hour. Facebook, which owns all the three apps, has yet to release any information on the extent of the outage and the reasons behind it. WhatsApp, however, did thank its users for their patience. "Thanks for your patience, that was a long 45 minutes but we are back!" WhatsApp said in a Twitter post.
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Facebook-owned apps Whatsapp, Instagram and Messenger were back online after a brief suspension Friday night.

At around 10:15pm Pakistan time, the social media apps went down globally. Users were unable to send or receive messages, or upload pictures and videos.

The apps, however, started functioning normally after an hour.

Facebook, which owns all the three apps, has yet to release any information on the extent of the outage and the reasons behind it.

WhatsApp, however, did thank its users for their patience.

“Thanks for your patience, that was a long 45 minutes but we are back!” WhatsApp said in a Twitter post.

 
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  1. Nabeel Nomi  March 19, 2021 10:59 pm/ Reply

    یہ بہت غلط ٹائم پے بند کی گئی واٹس اپ ہمارے ارمانوں سسے کھیلا گیا

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