For all cellular users on multiple cellular networks, the only calls that can be made are for emergencies anywhere in Canada.
The problem seems to be spreading to a few Canadian provinces as customers start the day. The problem started in the middle of the night.
There were 1,000 reports of no service or no internet for Rogers customers as of 5:00 a.m. At 9:18 a.m., Down Detector reports that the problem is broader. It includes Rogers, Fido, Bell, Telus, Virgin, Koodo and BellMTS. Many companies also have problems with the Internet.
According to one website, it says “Rogers has been in trouble since 2:20 a.m. EST.”
We know how important it is for our customers to stay connected. We are aware of the problems currently affecting our networks and our teams are fully mobilized to resolve the problem as soon as possible. We will continue to update you as we have more information to share.
— Rogers News (@AboutRogers) July 8, 2022
Early Friday morning, people took to Twitter to also announce that they were unable to pay their bills or access their finances at financial institutions such as Toronto Dominion (TD), Canadian Bank Imperial Commerce (CIBC) and Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) with many others also affected.
There is also no commentary from these companies on what happens at 9:00.
CHVN will continue to update this story as information comes in or changes.