Rogers outage leaves some Canadian customers without phone service

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Rogers wireless customers across Canada report a massive outage Monday for voice and data services.

Most outage reports originate from Ontario, but they also affect provinces from British Columbia to Prince Edward Island.

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Rogers apologized for the service disruptions, saying his team “is working quickly to restore services as quickly as possible.”

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The communications company said the outage was also affecting Fido customers.

There is still no word on when service will be restored.

Some Ontario police officers have issued a warning saying that if people call 911, they should not hang up because their communicators cannot call back.

Many Rogers customers have taken to Twitter to express their frustration with the outage.

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Global News has reached out to Rogers for comment, but has not received a response at the time of publication.

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