Major social media services including Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp started coming back online on Wednesday afternoon after users across Pakistan reported problems.
According to reports shared by outage tracker Downdetector, requests dropped after 5pm, and #WhatsAppDown It’s on Twitter in the country.
Several people took to Twitter with complaints about connecting and logging into accounts. However, after some time, some users reported that they can send and receive messages on WhatsApp.
Meta — the company that owns these social media applications — has yet to address the issue.
According to the monitoring website, in the last 24 hours, Instagram users in India and UAE have also had problems accessing their accounts.
Downdetector tracks anomalies by collecting status reports from multiple sources including user-reported errors on their platform. Many users were affected by the disease.
Last week, WhatsApp went down for two hours amid a global outage. WaBetaInfo, an online platform that tracks updates to WhatsApp, said the outage was due to a server issue.
Also, on Monday, people using Instagram faced problems logging into their accounts and accessing the social media application.
Instagram Comms, the app’s PR department, said on Twitter “a bug caused people in different parts of the world to have trouble accessing their accounts and making changes for several times. of fans”.