Considering the amount of toxic substances in this world, Can range From the mundane things like nail polish to the unlikely things like houseplants, it’s very important to be able to make phone calls Poison control If you are exposed to some potentially toxic substances. Unfortunately, if you are a Google Fi user, you may not be able to do it now.
According to a report 9to5GoogleAccording to reports, some Google Fi users were unable to call their phone through the poison control hotline (officially known as the poison helpline), and received a message saying “Your phone cannot be completed by dialing.” Then, the user will receive Go to instructions on how to contact Google Fi’s customer support. 9to5Google stated that this problem has been going on for several months, citing Different kinds Thread Of users cannot pass Reddit and some Disturbing experience.
“My daughter got sick a few months ago and ran into the same problem when she managed to remove the baby helmet from the baby [ibuprofen]. Had to call the support staff to answer a bunch of questions. They must have toggled some switches when I was grumbling, because I hung up the phone and tried again and it worked…” User writes Late July.
Despite this, not all users on Reddit said they could not connect to the Poison helpline. The affected people are distributed across the country, using both Android and iOS.
The Poison Helpline is a free federal service that connects U.S. residents to local poison centers in an emergency and allows them to talk to pharmacists, nurses, doctors, or other poison experts. These experts will then continue to tell you what to do and whether you need to seek additional help.
The Health Resources and Services Administration responsible for overseeing the plan, explain People who call frequently include those who take care of young children. However, the agency insists that poisoning can happen to anyone, and pointed out that most poisoning deaths happen to adults.
Google told 9to5Google that it is aware of this issue and is investigating.
Gizmodo contacted Google to confirm the report and seek comments, but we did not receive a response when it was published. If we do, we will make sure to update this blog.