Mobile network EE has apologised after some customers were left with 'no service' and unable to make calls.
On its Twitter account, the network explained there was "gremlins in the system" and they were working to fix the problem.
There seems to be some Gremlins in the system - we're aware of a network outage at the moment & working hard to fix. http://t.co/MDQHO3vURY
Huge apologies for the outage tonight, we're working on fixing the issue. Bear with us and we'll keep you updated. Thanks!
While not all of our customers were affected, service has been resumed for many of those who were. Full service will be resumed soon...
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