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AT&T Acknowledges Cellular Service Outages Across the US

AT&T Acknowledges Cellular Service Outages Across the US

"If you've experienced an issue when making wireless calls, please restart your device, this might be required multiple times-that should resolve the issue", the telecom company tweeted at 7:10 p.m. this evening.

Users have reported on social media that they can not make or receive calls, according to the Dallas Morning News.

If you're an AT&T wireless customer and you're having issues with your phone - you are not alone.

While the outage was on going, it appeared to be hitting users nationwide, but now impacting every AT&T user.

According to DownDetector, more than 6,000 customer service requests had poured in by 6 p.m. EST.

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Incorrect information is being reported locally that the AT&T outage is just a San Angelo or Texas problem.

Some customers said that restarting their device did not solve the issue.

I tried to make phones call from my iPhone and I could not complete any of the calls, local or long distance.

Some AT&T wireless customers in cities across the country report they are unable to make phone calls.