BlackBerry Internet Service seems down worldwide

If you’re wondering why emails and messages are not coming in to your BlackBerry right now, it’s because the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) is experiencing problems right now worldwide.

The outage could potentially be affecting your browser, among other apps such as Facebook that rely on BIS to function. Other third-party apps such as Google Maps might not be affected by the outage.

Users worldwide are reporting right now that they are unable to access data at all, while others are able to send and receive bits of data.

The outage is currently affecting all BlackBerry subscribers across all networks, including T-Mobile, Verizon, including Telus, and Rogers in Canada.

We’ll be keeping you posted.


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