Vodafone Ukraine reports issues with voice services in number of cities.

However, the company has not yet announced when technical problems would be fixed.



Vodafone Ukraine, one of Ukraine's leading mobile communications operator, says its voice services are partially unavailable in a number of cities.

"Over the hour, voice services may not be available in certain cities. We have unforeseen technical problems, but we are already working on their operational solution. Now the problem relates directly to voice services, the Internet network operates as usual. Therefore, for now, we ask you to use instant messengers and other means of communication," the company said on Facebook on May 29.

However, the company has not yet announced when technical problems would be fixed.

At the same time, users also report disruptions in mobile internet connection. They note relevant problems in the cities of Kyiv, Chernihiv, Zaporizhia, Kharkiv, etc.

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Earlier, Ukraine's telecom giant Ukrtelecom apologized about nationwide outages, working to resolve the issue.

As UNIAN reported earlier, VF Ukraine PrJSC in the first quarter of 2020 increased revenue by 28% year-over-year, to UAH 4.39 billion (US$163.1 million).

UNIAN memo. Vodafone Ukraine is one of the major mobile operators in Ukraine. The company provides services in GSM and CDMA-450 standards to more than 20 million subscribers.

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