The Downdetector service reported complaints from Telegram users about the work of the messenger
In the work of the popular messenger Telegram on Thursday, March 24, there was a breakdown. Users reported issues on the Downdetector service website, which monitors problems accessing Internet resources.
According to Downdetector, the outage happened around 2:00 p.m. Moscow time. The majority of those who complained (67 percent) reported server connectivity issues. Users also noted problems with the application (21 percent) and receiving messages (12 percent).
The outage affected residents of major Russian cities, including Moscow and St. Petersburg. Users from Georgia also complained about the problems.
Earlier on March 14, a large-scale outage occurred in the work of a large Wildberries online store. Most users complained about service application issues. Users have also reported issues with order tracking and website loading. The outage affected residents of Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as users from Belarus.