Virgin mobile service falls apart, hitting 2 million users

WIDESPREAD service outages have ground Virgin Mobile services to a halt overnight.

Postpaid customers have been unable to make calls, and send or receive text messages since the early hours of this morning.

Virgin Mobile said the outages have hit around two million of their customers, but added that those on prepaid services were not affected.

The company's website also appears to be out of service.

In a statement released online, Virgin Mobile said it was aware of the issue and attempts were being made to resolve it.

Original story at News Ltd.

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