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Local police respond to nationwide T-Mobile issue

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SALT LAKE CITY — At least two police departments in Utah have responded to a T-Mobile issue affecting customers nationwide.

Via their Twitter accounts, Layton and Provo City police informed their followers of the T-Mobile outages.

Layton Police texted residents “that texts to 911 using T-Mobile are received by 911, but our dispatchers’ responses are not getting back to the caller.”


 According to TechCrunch, T-Mobile users are telling the company they cannot send or receive calls on their phones. TechCrunch reports that the ability to send and receive text messages is also being impeded.

T-Mobile Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Neville R. Ray, tweeted that the company is aware of the issue and is working to fix it.

 

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