Since 12:10 p.m., the Meta-owned instant messaging network WhatsApp has been experiencing an outage, and users have been claiming that they are unable to send messages to one another or make calls.
The messaging app WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is experiencing issues, and thousands of users have taken to Twitter to complain about outages.
When it comes to sharing information, both people and organizations rely heavily on the platform that instant messaging provides.
The outage has also been reported by Downdetector, a service that monitors in real time any problems that are related to technology. Within the last sixty minutes, there have been around twenty-eight thousand reports of power disruptions.
There are already more than 350 million people in India who use WhatsApp on a monthly basis. At the beginning of this year, the platform began rolling out features that would assist businesses in connecting with users in the country.