Many T-Mobile customers report they can’t call Verizon, AT&T, or other T-Mobile numbers

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T-Mobile customers have been reporting points making and receiving calls all afternoon, with issues steadily linked to Verizon numbers. This all started round 2PM ET this afternoon, with hotspots exhibiting in most main metro areas on Downdectector. Initial reviews prompt Verizon could be having points, however Verizon spokesperson Kevin King tells The Verge that its community is working “business as standard.”

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Downdetector map exhibiting T-Mobile outage concentrated alongside the East Coast and Midwest.

A number of users on Twitter have been complaining about the outage, with T-Mobile customers frequently raising concerns about calling other networks and, in some circumstances, even other T-Mobile customers. The reported issues vary from immediately dropped calls, to “all circuits are busy” messages, to lag even when individuals are capable of get a connection.

A check call between one T-Mobile pay as you go quantity and a Verizon quantity labored for us, however posts throughout social media proceed to notice points.

We haven’t seen widespread reviews of AT&T points, other than from T-Mobile customers who’re having issues calling out. T-Mobile has not responded to requests for remark from The Verge.

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