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T-Mobile carrying network issues, quite in a Southeast

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If you’re carrying some issues with your T-Mobile use today, you’re not a usually one.

Reports are pouring in from T-Mo business who contend they’ve got no use this afternoon. Most of a problems seem to be function in a Southeastern US, with T-Mobile subscribers in places like Atlanta, GA; Raleigh, NC; Orlando, FL; Winston-Salem, NC; Birmingham, AL; Pelion, SC; and many others stating issues with a network.

The issues that T-Mobile business are carrying vary, with some folks observant that they’ve got no use during all while others news that they’ve got information though can’t send or accept any calls.

Looking during a Down Detector outage maps for ATT, Verizon, and Sprint, business on those carriers seem to be carrying problems in a Southeastern US, too.

I’ve contacted T-Mobile for some-more info on a conditions though haven’t perceived a response yet.

Are we carrying any issues with your T-Mobile use today?


UPDATE (12:26 pm PT): Reports of outages continue to come in and a Down Detector map is display network issues in Texas, southern California, a Northeast, a Midwest and some other tools of a country. There’s still no central word from T-Mobile on these problems.


UPDATE 2 (1:30 pm PT): Neville Ray, T-Mobile’s President of Technology, says that engineers are operative to fix a “voice and information issue” inspiring T-Mo subscribers opposite a US.


UPDATE 3 (3:37 pm PT): Ray says that engineers continue to work on regulating a outage, adding that information services are now accessible and some calls are completing. Meanwhile, the central @TMobileHelp comment on Twitter explains that this is a “widespread routing emanate inspiring voice text.”


UPDATE 4 (9:31 pm PT): T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert has shared another UPDATE, blaming an “IP trade associated emanate that has combined poignant ability issues in a network core.” He adds that while T-Mo’s network is recovering, it could still be “several some-more hours” before job and texting is entirely restored. 


UPDATE 5 (10:09 pm PT): Neville Ray now says that voice and content services are restored.


UPDATE 6 (6/16 9:20 pm PT): Ray has now explained what caused a outage, blaming a leased fiber circuit disaster that lead to ability issues opposite a IMS core network that supports VoLTE calls.


Thanks kmetz!

Sources: Reddit (1), (2), Twitter, Down Detector

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