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Google, the world’s largest search engine, says it has been able to recover a significant portion of its internet traffic by providing internet equipment to customers.
The search giant’s website is now showing a message that says: “We’re sorry but due to unforeseen circumstances, we are temporarily shutting down the internet.
If you would like to continue to access the internet, please contact your local ISP.”
The internet is not back online at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, which is located in a suburb of San Francisco.
However, the search giant said it was still providing internet access to more than 70 million customers across the US.
The internet was restored on Monday, with Google showing a notification in the search results section saying: “Google has restored internet service to its US customers.
Please visit your local local office to confirm.”
Google has not provided a timeline for when its internet service will return to normal.
It said that it would not be able to provide internet access for up to three days after a customer is contacted, so customers must contact their ISP for help.
“We’ve been working to resolve this as quickly as possible.
We’re sorry that this disruption has affected you,” Google said.”
If you are a Google service user and would like more information, please call your local Google service rep.”
In the meantime, we appreciate your patience.
“Google said it would also not be providing internet service for users with a fixed broadband provider.
The company’s move follows a recent announcement by Verizon that it will be re-routing some of its fibre optic networks, with its fibre to the premises network now going back to its home base of Kansas City, Missouri.
However Google said it could not immediately comment on Verizon’s announcement, which came after Google said that fibre optic internet service had been restored to some users in a matter of hours.”
While we can’t provide an exact time when the next internet connection will be available, we can say that the internet is available for customers who are currently experiencing this disruption,” the search engine said.