Customers of network provider Vodafone have been troubled by a nationwide outage at the company since Tuesday morning. Vodafone reports that on his website. Municipalities, GGDs, hospitals and the Executive Education Service (DUO) say that they cannot be reached due to the malfunction.
The provider said in a statement that the “mobile connection was not optimal” this morning and that customers may experience “problems with calling or using mobile internet”. The outage is said to have been “partially resolved” by 11 a.m. It is not clear what exactly was recovered. Vodafone could not be reached for comment on Tuesday morning.
Several authorities have announced on Twitter that they are unreachable due to the outage. The Red Cross Hospital in Beverwijk gives up his website an alternative number, the Radboudumc in Nijmegen recommends calling “keep trying”. DUO asks peoplevia Twitter, because the telephone line is down. The Central Netherlands District Court, the municipalities of Tiel, Oudewater and Kampen, the GGD in North and East Gelderland and the Dijklander Hospital in Purmerend, among others, cannot be called due to the malfunction.