T-Mobile Says All Services Restored
T-Mobile issued a statement late Tuesday night to inform customers that all voice and data services had be restored after an outage affected 5% of T-Mobile's subscribers. T-Mobile said it is investigating the cause of the incident and apologized for the inconvenience.
FCC to Investigate AT&T 911 Outage
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said the agency will investigate a recent issue on AT&T's mobile network that prevented some 911 calls from going through. The issue occurred Wednesday evening over a period of several hours.
Verizon's Billing System Restored
Verizon Wireless said its billing system was restored fully early today. The company explained that a software update performed two days ago led to the problem, which prevented customers from accessing their accounts.
Verizon Settles with FCC Over 911 Outage
The FCC today said Verizon has settled with the agency over an outage that affected 911 operations last year. In April 2014, 750,000 Verizon Wireless customers in nine California counties were unable to reach 911 for a period lasting 6 hours.
FCC Also Investigating T-Mobile
The FCC today said it, too, is investigating claims that T-Mobile fraudulently charged its customers for premium services they did not want. The FCC will work with the FTC to consolidate their cases.
T-Mobile Customer Data Exposed in Hack
T-Mobile today said the personal data of some 15 million customers and applicants was lifted through a hack of Experian, a third-party credit agency that performs services for T-Mobile. According to T-Mobile, the hack exposed customer and potential customer records, including names, addresses, birthdates, and social security numbers between September 2013 and September 2015.
5% everyone I know in Houston was out!
More than 5%, had problems in Alabama also.
LOL most of my friends in
I think this was called Project Dark