The internet may be going shutdown worldwide [Explanation]

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Around 10 this Thursday 21/09, private users and companies began to suffer the effects. It is micro-cuts in the Internet service that - although the companies that provide it are not able to ensure 100{87f6757ed5a2a501381e96df4c9f3a95e5041f34389cd1fe4c54dbd69b50d9cb} - are also generating inconveniences in mobile telephony. "There is a global incident with the Internet due to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico that affected an underwater cable," they relate.

"It's a problem at the general level, everything from outside the country has connectivity problems too, so we're working with an emergency operation." The answer is blunt. Thus justify by these hours the companies that provide Internet service in Argentina. With call centers crowded with calls, operators warn the complaining users that "the problem is globally."

Arnet, was more specific: "There is a global incident with the Internet due to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico that affected an underwater cable. Meanwhile, users are complaining on the networks about problems with WhatsApp, to which they respond: "We are not in a position to ensure that this problem is causing inconveniences in terms of mobile connectivity, but it is very likely." According to the Downdetector.com portal, it is detected that it is impossible to send or receive messages, by 61{87f6757ed5a2a501381e96df4c9f3a95e5041f34389cd1fe4c54dbd69b50d9cb}, and to connect to the service, by 38{87f6757ed5a2a501381e96df4c9f3a95e5041f34389cd1fe4c54dbd69b50d9cb}.

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