Ericsson provides mobile services in the UK and Japan

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O2 (TEF.MC), UK's second largest network and Softbank (9984.T) Japan closed its network on Thursday, many users have no access to Internet services.
Ericsson's world's largest mobile operator lost its Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL] and Finland Nokia (NOKIA.HE) in China.
Experts believe that the new generation of 5G mobility equipment is recovering, and analysts believe it can benefit from Huawei's leading market.
SoftBank believes that the LTE wireless network has a disruption due to the high-speed LTE wireless network, while the O2 is a problem with third-party systems that affect service worldwide.
"We are aware of this problem and are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible," the spokesman of Ericsson said.
The telecom operator (TEF.MC), O2, Tesco Mobile, Sky Mobile and GiffGaff, said it was unsuccessful to use the network.
He said he was working closely with both third party suppliers to "deal with as quickly as possible".
O2 said other operators worldwide were suffering, but no companies were identified.
Unable to connect to the internet or an internet connection O2 users started complaining about idle idling.
According to sources, the Chinese company's founder and chief executive officer Huawei Meng van Jackson, was arrested on Wednesday at the request of US authorities investigating the US banned trade bans.
The United States has taken steps to block equipment from the security network and Australia and New Zealand have also banned 5G network suppliers from the same network.