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Vodafone Says Its German Operations Are Returning to Normal

Iain Rogers and Stephan Kahl
·1-min read

(Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc said late Monday that its German operations are returning to normal after “massive restrictions” to mobile data and telecommunication services across the country earlier in the day.

“Most of the affected customers are now back online,” Vodafone’s German unit said in a tweet. The cause of the disruption wasn’t clear.

The problems were affecting second, third, and fourth-generation networks, as well as the MeinVodafone app and web services, Vodafone Deutschland said earlier on an online community noticeboard. Other providers including Deutsche Telekom AG and Telefonica SA’s O2 unit also suffered outages, German media reported.

Representatives for Telefonica Deutschland and Deutsche Telekom AG also cited a malfunction in the Vodafone network, and said their own services were otherwise functioning normally.

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