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Skype has gone down for many users across the globe today due to “an issue with the status settings,” according to the company.
We are aware of an issue affecting Skype status at the moment, and are working on a quick fix: http://t.co/ymSzmrgEX0 pic.twitter.com/8LoqqL0hh7
— Skype Support (@SkypeSupport) September 21, 2015
Users are noting on Twitter that they are unable to log in, change their status or make and receive calls.
Skype is down in Europe. pic.twitter.com/75JLN7wDJo
— Alexandre Dreyfus (@alex_dreyfus) September 21, 2015
@Sign2Pay Skype is down in US/australia and New Zealand too
— Dook Domini (@platinumshore) September 21, 2015
The company says that instant messages and Skype for Web are working fine and that it’s working to restore the rest of its service.
Update 4:20pm (BST):
We're pleased to say we've found and are now rectifying the Skype problem you may have had today. For latest info: http://t.co/COwIPfl7s3
— Skype (@Skype) September 21, 2015
➤ Skype presence issues [Skype]
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