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    Ministry of Communications made a statement about failures in WhatsApp

    MCHT: Problems in the application also are observed in other countries

    Baku. 1 July. REPORT.AZ/ "Malfunctions in WhatsApp messenger in Azerbaijan are not related with mobile network operators and the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies."

    Report was told in the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT).

    According to the Ministry, MCHT is not going to put a ban on the use of software applications, working when connected to a mobile network.

    As mentioned, the Ministry as the regulatory body is in favor of the development of technology and innovation: "In Azerbaijan, today there are 3 mobile operators and more than 40 Internet service providers. Suppression of such services would mean that we are against development. This issue can not be a priority for the Ministry. "

    "The number of mobile Internet users is increasing day by day thanks to increasing of services of mobile traffic and volumes. Even if the operators lose revenues from mobile voice, they make up for it by revenues from mobile internet. Limiting the work of any application is not included in the scope the interests of the mobile operator", the statement says.

    The Ministry said that, currently there are problems in the messenger in developed countries such as Britain, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and South America, India, Australia:" publishes the map, which shows the countries where are problems with the application. Among them, Azerbaijan is also marked in yellow. In other countries, there are already problems since June 18."

    For several days, the subscribers of Azercell Telecom and Azerfon (Nar) mobile operators in Azerbaijan can not use voice services of WhatsApp, but among users of Bakcell has no such problem. 

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