Users of PlayStation, Amazon and online banks have all reported the services being down in a major internet outage.
Websites of several airlines, banks and technology companies including Amazon’s AWS, Delta Air Lines and American Express were among those facing outages, according to DownDetector.
Websites have not been loading and and have been displaying domain name system (DNS) service errors.
Users say ITV, Channel 4 and Sky websites are all experiencing issues.
Thousands of gamers are said to be having problems with the PlayStation Network.
PlayStation users took to social media to vent their frustration, reporting receiving messages such as “PlayStation network is currently busy”.
One said: “Gotta love it when the PlayStation servers are down on my day off.”
PlayStation have been advising users to try and use their Fix&Connect tool.
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Issues with popular online banking services including HSBC, Lloyds and Barclays have also been reported.
HSBC users have reported issues with the app and internet banking.
One tweeted: “My mobile app has stopped working and the hsbc page online is down, are there problems ?? I needed to transfer money 20 minutes ago.(sic)”
According to Down Detector, websites and services currently experiencing issues are:
- PlayStation Network
- Lloyds Bank
- Call of Duty
- Channel 4
- British Airways
- Tesco Bank
- John Lewis
- Premiere Inn
- 123 Reg
- Credit Karma
- Bank of Scotland
- Now TV
- Amazon Web Services
- Sainsbury’s Bank
- Epic Games Store
- Capital One
- HBO Max
- US Bank
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