Rogers' cellular and Internet network experienced an outage on Friday morning in several regions of Canada, particularly in Quebec.
If the company does not had not yet communicated on this subject in the morning, a website for monitoring telecommunications services showed several disturbances, particularly in the Montreal area.
According to the same tool, Rogers would have been experiencing difficulties for 2 hours morning.
Toronto is also affected by this service cut, so much so that the city's police reported on Twitter that some people affiliated with this network were unable to reach 911 around 6:30 a.m. Friday morning.
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