WhatsApp, the well-known application that enables free internet calls and text messaging, was unavailable to users on Tuesday morning in many countries, including Pakistan, the United States, and Britain.
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“We’re aware that some people are currently having trouble sending messages, and we’re working to restore WhatsApp for everyone as quickly as possible,” Josh Breckman, a WhatsApp spokesman, said in a statement.
The outage began, according to Downdetector.com, a website that monitors internet outages.
According to the spokesperson, WhatsApp is owned by Meta, the parent company of Facebook, which has more than two billion users worldwide. Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014 for $22 billion.