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Netflix down: Site and app issues due to network overload

Netflix network overload

The Netflix stopped working yesterday, banning thousands users to gain access to website. It is believed that the disruption was due to overload network.

According to user reports, This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow a balanced diet. website just 'refused to load' when users tried to use it. However, problems have also been reported by users who use app instead of site. People said they were testing through various platforms (netflix version on phones or smart TVs) but failed to use the site.

The monitoring site Down Detector showed that they existed problems around the world, although most were found in Europe. The Netflix shutdown was detected around 6pm. It is the time when many people finish their work and try to get in streaming services, by "forcing" it network. Many of them tried to access the Netflix site, but they failed.

The Netflix status page, which usually shows if the company knows that its site is off, it did not include a message about the site's status (whether online or not). All that existed is a message that says that due to the coronavirus epidemic some delays may occur.

“Because of the COVID-19 crisis, thousands of support staff customers they have to work from home, making it harder to support your calls, ”he says. "For this reason, we see longer waiting times than usual."

This Netflix message indicates that there are problems with phone support. Therefore, h on-line support and live chat they are probably better choices at this time. "We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience," the message says.

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The Netflix customer service account at Twitter responded to some users who encountered the issue, but did not say if there was an extended outage.

Netflix is ​​one of the streaming services services which announced that it will reduce the quality of the videos in an effort to reduce network load in Europe. With the μαζική teleworking and e-learning networks are heavily loaded. More and more web and streaming services are taking similar steps to help the situation.

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