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Call Service Out Across America In Spots
Wed Aug 5, 2015 05:47

From Tennessee to California and up into Oregon call service has gone dead for thousands. Please be aware that this is merely a test by the SS (Homeland Security). Following is the story:

Cellular service appears to be down across every major provider throughout Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky with Nashville, Chattanooga, and Knoxville being the hardest hit. According to the website Down Detector, more than 10,000 AT&T, 1000 Verizon, 7,000 T-Mobile and 300 Sprint customers are without internet or phone access. None of the affected companies have disclosed the reason for the outage yet, though they all have already issued vague statements about how they're working on the issue.
Verizon issues the following statement after fielding numerous complaints on its Twitter account:
A connectivity issue is causing a service interruption in our market. Our engineers are aware of this issue and are working with our vendor partners to resolve this issue quickly. At present we do not have an estimated time of resolution.
Outage Map:

Provided by Engadget

Both Verizon and ATT stated that it was a problem with a local carrier - yet it was nation wide but only in various pre-designated areas. In other words - both ATT and Verizon Spokesman LIED.

Most of the sites are now back on line.

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I will say this - getting you this story was a real pain. Somebody does not want you to know about this.
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