Zoom was down globally affecting online classes and video meetings, services now restored

The lockdown caused by the Corona virus has led to a glitch in software used for online meetings and education, followed by a company explanation. 

According to foreign media reports, problems were arising in the calls of this software zoom since this morning. 

The issue was a global one that bothered consumers in almost every country, from the UK to Australia, while Pakistan also received complaints about its malfunction. 

However, it is now being reported that the issue has been rectified. 

A company spokesman said in a statement that it had “fixed the issue” and acknowledged that software issues had affected users around the world. 

He also said that we are aware of the whole situation, we are constantly monitoring it while we will keep our customers informed about it. 

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