WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram service restored after a two-hour drop

The WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram applications have restored their services after suffering a massive fall this Sunday on a global level for approximately two hours.

All three have returned to normal operation past 15.00 . The fall has occurred around 12.45 hours, leaving ‘disconnected’ to millions of users around the world.

With more than 2.300 million users globally and more than 18 million in Spain, the most harmed has been Facebook. It is followed by WhatsApp, with more than 1,500 million users. WhatsApp is the most used instant messaging application in the world and in Spain 25 million users are counted.

For its part, Instagram , social network of photos, has more than 1,000 million users, who add more than 15 million in Spain.

On March 14 there was a partial fall of Facebook that also affected Instagram and WhatsApp, being one of the longest in the history of the US company.

On that occasion the firm that directs Zuckerberg explained that the incident was caused by a “change in server configuration” that had repercussions in countries around the world.