Vodacom. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24)
Johannesburg - Vodacom said it has resolved issues which plagued its network in Gauteng, affecting customers' calls on Friday morning.
Vodacom spokesperson Byron Kennedy told Fin24 just after 10:00 that the network had been down for around an hour and that connectivity had since been restored.
Fin24 understands the mobile phone network was not working between about 08:30 and 09:30.
Scores of Vodacom customers in Gauteng took to Twitter, with Vodacom tweeting: “We have resolved the issue where customers in Gauteng were unable to make calls earlier this morning. We apologise for the inconvenience this caused."
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