Twitter no longer allows Ukrainian users to sign up or check in with their cellphone number. Musk’s social network prohibited new account creation and removed the option to give the “+380” number when creating an account. Musk’s social network also removed the option to verify accounts from Ukraine. It is mentioned that the issue affects both Twitter’s mobile application and browser-based version.
Ukrainian mobile providers’ subscribers to Twitter were no longer being accepted. A Ukrainian phone number may no longer be used for two-factor authentication or phone number verification. You may simply log in and register using Russian phone numbers that are still on the list of accessible numbers. The social network unblocked the operators right once and informed them that “routing configuration modifications” were to blame for the issues.
The following issue is encountered while attempting to manually add the number of one of the Ukrainian mobile operators: Elon Musk stated on his social media website on Sunday that “bots are in for a surprise.” Twitter’s CEO remained mum over what the “surprise” was meant to be, but following this message, the social network restricted traffic from about 30 providers globally. The majority of “gains” came from the Asia-Pacific area.