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Vodafone users across Europe face internet problems

Some users reported problems with DNS, a system that functions as an Internet address book. If there are problems with this service, online connectivity will suffer throughout the web, meaning that computer traffic does not go in the right direction.
Vodafone's Internet service is reported to have dropped all over Europe while users can not access the Internet.

Problems have emerged in some European countries from Britain, Germany and Spain. However, it seems that they have not touched any consumers but are widespread in mass.

Some users reported problems with DNS, a system that functions as an Internet address book. If there are problems with this service, online connectivity will suffer throughout the web, meaning that computer traffic does not go in the right direction.

Many Vodafone users said they could solve the problem by changing their DNS to Google 8.8.8.8.

While this solution applies to those on a computer, the 4G network is impossible. Vodafone's official accounts have not yet spoken publicly about the problems.

Vodafone has approximately 444 million users worldwide and operates in Albania with 1.2 million active service users.

Currently, no problems with Vodafone operator access to the Internet are reported in Albania.

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