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"Nationwide Disruption: Unpacking the Major Cellular Outage Impacting Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile"


The current cellular outage is affecting multiple major service providers across the United States, including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile.


Verizon Wireless users have reported various issues, with the most common problems being related to internet, total blackout, Wi-Fi, and phone services. The most affected cities include Washington D.C., Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Tampa, Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Atlanta, Seattle, and Phoenix, among others. The company has received a customer rating of 2.40 out of 5 based on 52,497 ratings in the past three months.


Similarly, AT&T is experiencing outages, with users facing difficulties primarily in internet, email, Wi-Fi, TV, and phone services. Cities most impacted by AT&T's outage include Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Austin, San Antonio, St. Louis, Miami, Charlotte, and Fort Worth. AT&T has been rated 2.42 out of 5 based on 67,953 ratings over the last three months.


T-Mobile, another major service provider, is also grappling with outages. Users have reported issues related to internet, email, total blackout, Wi-Fi, TV, and phone services. The most affected areas are Chicago, Houston, Tampa, Charlotte, San Antonio, Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle, Austin, and Philadelphia. T-Mobile’s customer rating stands at 2.47 out of 5 from 41,261 ratings in the past three months.


These outages are causing significant disruptions, and customers are voicing their frustrations and experiences on various social media platforms and outage report websites. The service providers are likely working to resolve these issues, but the extent and specific causes of the outages are not detailed in the available information. Customers affected by these outages are encouraged to report their issues to their respective service providers and stay updated through official channels for any announcements or resolutions.


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