O2 Announces Service Is 'Back To Normal'

Phone company O2 has announced its service is back to normal after receiving complaints about a lack of reception in Northern Ireland.

The company apologised to customers and has launched an investigation into the cause of the problem.

A spokesperson said the service has returned to normal at around 11.35pm on Monday.
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He said: "We apologise for any inconvenience caused to those customers affected and we will now begin a full investigation to identify the root cause."


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