Mobile Internet Goes Down on New Year’s Eve! Excessive WhatsApp Messages and Happy New Year 2020 Twitter Greetings Result in Network Outage

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Mumbai, December 31: It’s new year time and people want to be the first to wish a happy new year to each other. The very onset of new year brings along with it a deluge of congratulatory and well meaning messages. However, not everyone is so lucky as to receive a new year message when they should. With the clock ticking towards the 12:00 mark, people are ready with their mobiles to send WhatsApp messages to their near and dear ones. However, the very enthusiasm of the people for wishing each other has resulted in mobile internet going down due to excessive WhatsApp and Happy New Year 2020 messages. Happy New Year 2020 Greetings & HNY Wishes Images: WhatsApp Stickers, SMS, Facebook Quotes, GIF Greetings and Photos to Send on New Year’s Eve.

As soon as mobile internet went down, Twitter exploded with complains about the outage. Needless to say, people were frustrated and angry about not being able to send or receive messages on the special occasion. Many users also recalled the time when some years back, with no WhatsApp or social media messaging apps, common SMS texts were used and how people used to send messages in advance. Happy New Year 2020 in Advance Wishes: WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Greetings, GIF Images, SMS And Messages to Wish Family and Friends.

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We understand that it is frustrating to see the net down when one needs it the most on new year’s occasion. However, we suggest that users have patience as goes the age old adage, “All good things to those who wait.” The mobile internet is expected to be up and running soon and the messages can flow in bulk, bringing joy and happiness galore.

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