In an unexpected twist, reports indicate that Google stopped sending verification codes to Jazz and Zong numbers.
This may be a setback for these networks because they are not able to provide seamless services to their users.
A few people have reported the problem online, claiming that they are unable to receive verification codes from Google for their Jazz or Zong numbers; nevertheless, Ufone is operating well.
When a user enters any Jazz or Zong number while creating a Google account, a notice appears reading, “This phone number cannot be used for verification.” When you input a Ufone number, you may simply obtain the verification code.
We called Jazz and Zong’s customer service, but the agents appear to not know why their network is no longer supported by Google.
There are a few reasons why Google may have stopped sending verification messages to these networks, which may include technical reasons in the working procedure of these networks which may not support Google services, or agreement clauses which may have any kind of disagreement between Google and Network providers.
This issue can also be due to the law & order situation policy guidelines or changes in the agreement.