What you need to know
- T-Mobile is down for many customers across the U.S. right now.
- Many customers are reporting issues sending and receiving text messages and calls.
- There's no word from T-Mobile yet on what is causing the issue, but its engineers are "working on a resolution."
Update: T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray has confirmed in a tweet that the issues have been resolved, and that the service is back to normal:
T-Mobile is down for many customers around the U.S. right now. Many customers have taken to social media to complain about issues sending and receiving calls and texts over T-Mobile's service. Down Detector shows a spike in reports of a T-Mobile outage across much of the U.S. starting around 6 p.m. ET.
There's no word yet on what has caused the outage or how many people are affected. In a statement to Tech Crunch, however, a T-Mobile spokesperson said the company has "engaged our engineers and are working on a resolution."
We'll update this post when the outage is resolved or when more information becomes available.
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