UPDATE ON AT&T SERVICE OUTAGES

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UPDATE-A wide spread AT&T service outages was reported early Wednesday, April 5, 2017. AT&T Global Media Relations, Tennessee and Kentucky Senior Public Relations Manager Cathy Lewandowski has provided the following statement regarding the cause of the recent AT&T service outages.

 

 

AT&T Statement: 

Service has been restored for customers in the Clarksville area whose service was affected by a cable damaged by a contractor working for another provider. Our technicians worked quickly to repair the cable and service is running normally.
 

On Wednesday, April 5, Outage.Report (http://outage.report/att) reported AT&T customers were experiencing minor and major service interruptions including slow home and business internet access but the primary service outages affected cellular customers.

To report interruptions in service or stay up to date with outages visit http://downdetector.com/status/att or contact AT&T directly at www.at&t.com.

Leave a reply/comment below to let Cheatham News and communities of Cheatham County know whether or not you are experiencing outages or have regained services.


Cheatham News appreciates AT&T Senior Public Relations Manager Cathy Lewandowski for providing an update and cause for yesterday’s service outages.

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