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Monday, 1 January 2018

WhatsApp dropped on New Year's Eve



The normal thing is that every day of the year WhatsApp has a fairly high number of active users, however, during holidays like Christmas, it is common to see an increase in the number of people using the instant messaging app.

And although the company should be prepared, that has not prevented WhatsApp from falling today on New Year's Eve, leaving millions of people incommunicado on the last day of the year.

India and the EU, guilty 


The strangest thing is that WhatsApp has fallen hours before midnight - at least in Spain - so we do not know what destiny will bring when the clock marks the first hour of the new year 2018.

Everything indicates that the culprit has been India . With its more than 200 million users, the Asian country has made WhatsApp double the knee and ask for clemency. This country is joined by more than 500 million users spread across the European Union, plus users in African countries that have the same time zone as those mentioned above.

No more happy year messages 


Thanks to this, millions of users have been left without receiving their messages , but fortunately it seems that WhatsApp is working as quickly as possible to solve the problem.

 WABetaInfo @WABetaInfo
Happy new year!
WhatsApp is currently working now, and the team confirmed the server issue has been fixed.
Note that it is possible that some outages may happen again in the next few hours, also if the worst is over.
1:55 AM - Jan 1, 2018 

In some countries it has returned to work , while others report that they still have problems. It only remains to wait at midnight to see what will happen with the instant messaging application, and see if your servers can handle all the messages of "Happy New Year" sent by our aunts and grandmothers.


WhatsApp always seems to experience problems this season, so we are confident that they will know how to fix it quickly. Happy New Year we wish you from CP!

Has the service returned to your mobile phone? Leave us your answer in the comments! 

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