The MTN power outage began Tuesday evening.
MTN, a Nigerian mobile network operator, experienced service outages for a portion of its customers.
Customers were unable to use the mobile network operator’s voice, data, and SMS services, according to SaharaReporters.
The MTN outage started on Tuesday evening.
MTN, which is owned by South Africa, is the largest telecoms provider in Nigeria, the company’s largest market.
Some users have also expressed their frustration on social media.
In a message posted on Twitter, the telecommunications company apologised for the inconveniences, saying, “Due to an unexpected technical issue, some customers are unable to use our services at this time.
This problem is being resolved as quickly as possible.
We apologise for any inconveniences this may cause.
MTN is not working.
ATMs are hardly dispensing.
Most bank apps are malfunctioning.
We still can’t exchange old notes.
I can swear that there is a deliberate attempt to just frustrate the people for reasons best known to them.
— Wale Adedayo🌍🔰 (@Mario9jaa) February 14, 2023
My MTN sim went totally off, is it only me?
— ỌMỌ́TÁRÁ ÀKÀNNÍ-LAWRENCE (@_theladymo) February 14, 2023
What’s wrong with MTN network?
— Gbenga hacket (@GbengaHacket) February 14, 2023
— MTN Nigeria Support (@MTN180) February 14, 2023