Izzi users have discovered massive internet service failures in various regions of Mexico City, Mexico State, Jalisco, Nuevo León and Veracruz.
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According to the platform DowndetectorAs of 3 p.m. on Wednesday, there were at least 2,441 reports of failures by Azi, which collects status reports on internet service providers.
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The platform indicates that the most reported sites are in the Mayor of Gustavo A. Madero and Iztapalapa, in Mexico City; Ecatepec, Naucalpan and Tlalnepantla in the state of Mexico; Guadalajara and Zapopan, Jalisco; And also Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.
Company sources informed Political animal That there is a technical malfunction in their data center at the border, that is International interdependence has had a “deterioration”. This has resulted in poor, intermittent, or no-service internet users.
In light of the user reports, the company responded that they have a status report “and they are working to restore your service as quickly as possible”.
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Users from Puebla, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz and Yucatan have also reported failures of their Twitter internet service.
Even other ISP customers also reported failures, albeit in smaller numbers.
– Fing Internet Alert (outagedetect) February 10, 2021
According to Downdetector, Total Play discovered 136 reports on failures, Telmex (Infinitum), 262; Xtel with 210; And Telcel, 49.
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