If your T-Mobile service was having issues on Monday you were not alone. The third-largest wireless carrier is seemingly having widespread issues around the country impacting the ability to make calls and text.
It is unclear what caused the issue or when it will be resolved. Users across the country took to Twitter to note the outage, with T-Mobile rising to the top spot on the site’s U.S. Trending Topics as of 3:45 p.m. ET.
The main issue appears to be with calls and texts, with users saying that data was working normally.
A CNET editor in New York City was able to send texts and iMessage using an iPhone, but calls were not working on either device. An editor in San Francisco noted that calls were not working over Google Fi, the cell phone service offered by Google that relies on T-Mobile, Sprint and U.S. Cellular’s respective networks. Data over Fi, however, was working.
AT&T says its network is operating normally and without issues and tests in northern New Jersey on AT&T and Verizon phones showed no issues with calls, texts or data except when trying to texting or call a T-Mobile phone.
CNET has reached out to T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint for comment and will update as more details become available.
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