McDonald’s hit by system failure at Asian outlets

McDonald’s hit by system failure at Asian outlets
McDonald’s hit by system failure at Asian outlets

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - McDonald’s customers in parts of Asia had trouble ordering at stores, on cellphones and at electronic kiosks, like this one in Beijing. — AFP file pic

TOKYO, March 15 — Hungry McDonald’s customers in parts of Asia had trouble ordering at stores, on cellphones and at electronic kiosks today after a system outage.

In Japan, the US fast food giant said on X, formerly Twitter, that it was “currently experiencing a system failure” and “temporarily suspending operation at many outlets”.

China was also affected for several hours, with the outage a hot topic on social media platform Weibo, but the firm later said its online ordering system had been fully restored.

McDonald’s in Hong Kong wrote on that its “mobile ordering and self-ordering kiosks are not functioning” but later said its system was “gradually returning to normal”.

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Singapore was also hit, as were Australia and New Zealand according to media reports.

India, Indonesia and Thailand were unaffected. — AFP

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