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  • 2024 AT&T outage
    • More than 71,000 customers of US carrier AT&T suffer from network outages. The outage was acknowledged but no reason was given for their occurrence. (CNN)
    • Smaller outages are reported by some customers of US carriers Verizon and T-Mobile. Both carriers report no outages on their networks and say the reported outages are customers trying to reach users on other carriers. (NBC)
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