Verizon phone outages affected East Coast customers, the wireless network operator confirmed on Friday.
East Coast Verizon customers reported having problems making or receiving phone calls.
Text and data services were not interrupted.
It is unclear what caused the outages and Verizon said the problem was resolved as of 3 pm ET.
The New York Post reported:
Verizon confirmed “intermittent issues” were affecting its network on Friday after New York residents and other East Coast customers noted they were having trouble making or receiving phone calls.
DownDetector, a site that tracks outages, noted a spike in reports beginning around 1 p.m. ET. An outage map showed the reports seemed concentrated along the East Coast, with many originating in the New York and Boston areas.
A Verizon spokesperson said service was restored as of roughly 3 p.m. ET.
“Earlier this afternoon, an intermittent issue prevented some customers from making or receiving phone calls. Our network teams identified and rectified the issue, and all services have been restored,” a Verizon spokesperson said.
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