AT&T resolves ‘interoperability issue’

At the time, AT&T received reports from customers about a widespread problem that was hindering their ability to make calls to individuals who were not using AT&T services.

AT&T stated at 5:20 p.m. ET that their customers are not affected, and the nationwide 9-1-1 services are currently operating normally.

According to a recent post on X, the Federal Communications Commission is investigating reports of wireless call disruptions in several states and is working to address the issue.

Verizon has confirmed that its network is operating as usual. However, some of its customers, particularly those in the Northeast and Midwest regions, are encountering difficulties when making calls or sending text messages to individuals who are subscribed to a different carrier.

AT&T has encountered an outage for the second time in just three months.

According to AT&T, in late February, a software update caused an outage that affected customers nationwide. Many customers experienced identical issues during this time.

Several states experienced a temporary disruption in their 911 services during the February outage.

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