Verizon Wireless appears to be having yet another wide outage of its 4G LTE data network, according to various reports on Twitter.
The network reported three data outages in the month of December. Verizon swiftly blamed the down time on “growing pains.”
Verizon said today that it is looking into the issues, which are reportedly affecting users in Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Phoenix, and parts of Pennsylvania and Ohio.
“VZW is investigating customer issues in connecting to the 4GLTE data network,” Verizon said via Twitter. “3G data, voice, and text services are operating reliably.”
While Verizon is saying its 3G network is fine, several users of 4G phones say they can’t even access 3G on their phones. Eric Gilkey said on Twitter: “Your 3g WAS out for a while. Let’s not act like it was unaffected.”
Let us know in the comments if you are having any trouble connecting to Verizon’s 4G or 3G networks and where you are located.
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