by Joe White
June 4, 2013
In the United Kingdom, iPhone owners nationwide are reportedly unable to access carrier 3's cellular data network, according to Sky News. While the carrier has confirmed the issue and promises that the "intermittent" problem will be fixed today, countless customers are nevertheless unable to connect to a cellular data network in cities and towns across the country. A 3 spokesperson told Sky News:
"Some of our customers are unable to access the internet. We are working to restore their data services as soon as possible. "We apologise to all those affected for any inconvenience."Apparently, 3 is currently restoring cellular data coverage through a "phased response," meaning locations nationwide will likely have their services restored one at a time. Smartphone users in the United Kingdom can keep up to date with 3's response to this issue by checking the network's Twitter page, @ThreeUK. See also: Pocket God Studio Bolt Creative To Launch Doodle Jump-Like Ooga Jump Game, Stick Stunt Biker 2 Updated To Add New Zone, Obstacles And More, and DigiTimes Claims Next-Gen iPad mini Production Could Be Postponed.