05/04/2022, 09:4304.05.2022, 14:43
So last night it’s time again: Swisscom had the next meltdown.
Yesterday’s utter failure particularly hit Swiss football fans, because of it Champions League The semi-final second leg match was held between Liverpool and Villarreal. The English beat the Spaniards 3-2 after an amazing turnaround. But it was precisely at this juncture that the utter failure of Swisscom – That’s why not many see the last two goals.
As a result, Swisscom users on social media have ranged from choleric outrage to pessimism. this says Twitter On the collapse of Swisscom:
This Twitter user not only missed two goals, but also missed an investment of 30 francs:
It wasn’t just football fans who had to fall back on old ways of entertainment:
Yes great, due to the complete failure of Swisscom, I made myself something to eat and first looked for a 15 minute DVD and now when I’m just getting started, I see the internet is back.
Now I can continue watching my series again.
– SevSpill May 3, 2022
Neither Swisscom nor the view has reported the collapse.
He couldn’t even complain over the phone:
The failed Internet caused a crisis of meaning for him:
By the way: A few hours before the complete meltdown, the Swisscom CEO praised the stable network. A glimmer of hope for broadcasting the Champions League final at least without errors:
“The network failures affected me personally because it doesn’t suit Swisscom at all,” Urs Schaeppi says in an interview after his last media conference. Tweet embed-Executive Director. In addition, the Bernese spoke for the Swiss media. https://t.co/KZ4997ci2y
– personal.com (personalcom) May 4, 2022
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