It’s Not Just You: T-Mobile Appears to be Down for Customers All Over East Coast
Catching up on work can be rough after a Holiday weekend, but waking up to find yor internet and cellular service are no longer working can be panic-inducing.
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For many customers on Tuesday, this was unfortuntately reality.
There appear to be widespread outages affecting T-Mobile customers all along the East Coast.
According to Down Detector, reports of issues with the cellular service provider peaked just before 1 p.m. on Tuesday with over 4,500 customers reporting that they were having issues with mobile internet, sending and receiving text messages and sending and receiving phone calls.
By around 3:45 pm, the number of customers reporting issues had dropped to around 650.
T-Mobile was also trending on Twitter Tuesday afternoon, with many users turning to the social media platform to see if anyone else was encountering similar issues.
T-Mobile did not address the reports on social media or via release and did not immediately respond to Entrepreneur’s request for comment.
Just last week a major outage hit T-Mobile users when many were receiving error messages that said “LG IMS has stopped,” primarily affecting LG phones on the T-Mobile network, essentially shutting down service for users using certain phones on the network.
The error has since been resolved after a Reddit thread explained to users how to play with their phone settings and fix the bug.
T-Mobile was down around 6% year over year near market close on Tuesday.
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