Telefonica customers experience problems with network time

Monday 1 February 2016 | 14:07 CET | News
Smartphones on the Telefonica Germany network set according to the network provider displayed the wrong time on 29 January, heise.de reports. Telefonica advised O2 and E-Plus customers via Twitter to turn off this setting, restart the device and to reactive the function or to switch to flight mode shortly. A similar error occurred last July when the network clock was nine minutes slow.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: E-Plus / O2 / Telefonica Germany
Countries: Germany
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