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Ericsson sorry for software glitch that hits mobile services in Britain and Japan

Reuters Thursday, 6 December 2018 ()
Ericsson sorry for software glitch that hits mobile services in Britain and JapanSweden's Ericsson apologized and said it was working hard to fix a software glitch that was responsible for millions of smartphone users in Britain, Japan and other countries losing internet access on Thursday.
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