T-Mobile USA Experiencing Network Problems
T-Mobile USA has confirmed that its cellular network is experiencing both voice and data outages. In a statement earlier tonight, the company said, "T-Mobile customers may be experiencing service disruptions impacting voice and data. Our rapid response teams have been mobilized to restore service as quickly as possible." T-Mobile would not confirm how widespread the outages are. T-Mobile recently had a serious service interruption for its Sidekick line of devices. At 9:10 pm Eastern time, T-Mobile issued a new statement, saying, "We're making good progress restoring voice and messaging service to affected customers. At this time, approximately 5 percent of T-Mobile customers are experiencing service disruptions. Issues began at approximately 5:30 pm Eastern time. Our rapid response team is working continuously to fully resolve this disruption. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience that this has caused our customers."
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Verizon Bags Plan to Throttle Heaviest Users
Verizon Wireless today said it will not move forward with a "network optimization" plan that would have throttled the mobile data speeds of its heaviest users. Verizon announced its intent to slow down the speeds of grandfathered-in unlimited data customers based on monthly usage and local cell-site conditions, but met with resistance from both the government and customers.
Hey Hey Hey GoodbYE
Na Na Na Naaaaa
It's over. Move on.
People were having serious issues
In market roaming fears...
A carrier that has an always reliable native network w/ few, if any, coverage holes has nothing to fear from including in market roaming.
So, conversely, if a carrier does not permit in market roaming (e.g. VZW, AT&T, T-Mobile), then just what is it afraid of?
T-Mobile USA Experiencing Problems.......period!
Go away from an urban populated area, no coverage. Might as well get MetroPCS.
Some places have already come back online.
it's T-Mobile.... I mean service outage can happen at any time but seems like T-Mobile is having a lot of problems lately. First server crash/data loss. Now this.
Any carrier, anywhere can have a disr...
on the funny side though
I love T-Mobile...
not like anything is new here...
Don't you just get tired of making tedious remarks completely devoid of fact?
I wonder how T-mobile got in touch with their own rapid response team.
T-mobile has been so poor with their service in Honolulu that this last episode will be the last that I have with them. Thankfully I'm personally on Sprint and didn't notice until I couldn't get in touch with my wi