AT&T reports some United States customers unable to make wireless calls

Posted November 17, 2017

"These users should restart their devices, which should resolve the issue".

By 4:00 pm Wednesday afternoon, almost 6,000 complaints about AT&T service outages had been lodged with DownDetecor, and reports of persisting issues have continued, in smaller numbers, well into Thursday morning.

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According to the outage tracker Down Detector, a sudden spike in AT&T outages were reported around 6 p.m. ET.

An outage was affecting AT&T customers around Dallas and nationwide Wednesday evening. "These users should restart their devices, which should resolve the issue."The outage started about 4 p.m. EST, according to DownDetector, which counted more than 6,000 customer complaints of service outages at 6 p.m". If the issues persist, at least for the time being, there's also the option to place calls over your Wi-Fi network thanks to AT&T's Wi-Fi calling feature.

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