Users up and down the country faced disruptions in WhatsApp service on Friday. According to reports, users struggled to receive and send messages using the insta messaging service.
In Delhi and surrounding areas of Noida and Gurgaon, there was no service on Friday afternoon as users failed to use the service for both messaging and voice calls. The service in some parts of Noida were restored after a brief distruption. However, the disruption continued in other parts of India.
India is WhatsApp’s biggest market with about 200 million of its billion-plus users. WhatsApp is owned by Facebook, which also owns Instagram.
Why is #WhatsApp down? How will the Bhakt University function?
— SANJAY HEGDE (@sanjayuvacha) November 3, 2017
— Ashoke Raj (@ashokeraj007) November 3, 2017
Life has come to a grinding halt.. #WhatsApp is doen!! Oh no!!!
— Shabbir Ahmed (@Ahmedshabbir20) November 3, 2017
#Whatsapp is back…
Now people can go back to not having a life…
— Ankit Lal (@AnkitLal) November 3, 2017
— Mihir Ved (@itsmihir1993) November 3, 2017
— Urvashi Rautela (@urvashirautelaj) November 3, 2017
To all the people who are writing messages on #WhatsApp and asking people, 'आया क्या'??
It's working now?
— nandita kodesia (@nandita_zee) November 3, 2017