Customers of all three major US carriers are experiencing issues placing calls to T-Mobile.
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The issue appears to be entirely on T-Mobile’s end: While AT&T tells The Verge that its network is “operating normally” and Verizon says its network is “performing well,” T-Mobile has now confirmed that it’s working to fix “a voice and data issue that has been affecting customers around the country.”
“We’re aware that another carrier is having network issues. Calls to and from that carrier may receive an error message,” reads part of a statement from Verizon.
T-Mobile doesn’t yet seem to have a timeline for a fix.
Multiple Verge staffers were unable to place calls on T-Mobile. It appears both Sprint, now a T-Mobile subsidiary, and US Cellular are also experiencing problems.
It’s unclear what the issue might be at this time. It makes sense that what appears to be a multi-network outage could actually stem from a single carrier, since people reporting failed calls don’t always know which carrier their recipient is using.
By Jay Peters