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Zoom reports service failures

Thousands of users around the world have had problems working this September 15 , as the Zoom video call service cannot be used.

The app has stopped working in several countries around the world, and services like DownDetector have begun to be flooded with reports from users. The same on platforms like Twitter, where users have sought an explanation.

DownDetector reports indicate that the most affected countries are the United States, Mexico and Europe.

Although alternatives have emerged and the company has experienced critical moments, Zoom remains one of the preferred platforms in the business world.

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