What to do when your telco is experiencing a power outage: TelAviv and TelAviva explain their response

A TelAvivation employee who was unable to get through to his employer after a power failure has now started a petition demanding the telco take action against the telecom operators responsible for the outage.

“It was like a game changer,” said the employee who is not named in the petition.

“This is not something that has happened in the past, and now we’re asking TelAvivia to act quickly to rectify the situation.”

TelAviv has confirmed that the outage was caused by a fault on a third-party switch.

The outage was first noticed on Saturday morning, and the outage lasted for about 30 minutes.

The TelAvivas employee says TelAvive customers should have been able to connect to their own switch in the morning but TelAvia did not provide them with that information.

TelAviva has confirmed the outage but says that a technical issue has been resolved and customers should be able to reconnect to their telco switches tomorrow.

“We have received complaints from customers about the outage, and we are looking into the issue,” said a TelAvion spokesperson.

“As TelAviAva and Tel Aviv customers are experiencing power outages, we are offering a limited time offer of 10GB of free TelAvios to all customers.””

Telaviv is the second largest telco in Israel, having grown from about 200,000 subscribers in 2001 to more than 2.2 million in 2015.”

As TelAviAva and Tel Aviv customers are experiencing power outages, we are offering a limited time offer of 10GB of free TelAvios to all customers.”

Telaviv is the second largest telco in Israel, having grown from about 200,000 subscribers in 2001 to more than 2.2 million in 2015.