T-Mobile users across the US experience service outages

T-Mobile users across the US experience service outages

BELLEVUE, Wash. (AP) — Customers of wireless provider T-Mobile US Inc. reported widespread service outages in the United States late Monday, according to websites tracking service interruptions.

Posts on and indicated T-Mobile service outages in multiple areas of the country. Many Twitter users also reported the outage.

Numerous posts from users said their service had been switched to “SOS mode”, meaning they were not directly connected to a network but could still make emergency calls.

T-Mobile Technology President Neville Ray issued a statement on Twitter early Tuesday morning about the outage.

“We have seen significant improvement and are operating at near normal levels,” Ray said. “Our teams continue to monitor and we appreciate everyone’s patience. We apologize for any impact this issue may have had on our customers.”

The company did not immediately provide details on the cause or extent of the outage. has provided one Complaints to chart tracking services A two-hour period in the previous 24 hours marks a peak of more than 69,000 outages.

The comments posted on the site came from users who said they were located in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Kansas, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and Washington.

Similar service complaints are launched Some originate from the same state, as well as Alabama, Connecticut, Idaho, Minnesota, New York, Nevada, South Carolina and others.

Many post reports that service has finally been restored.

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