Unable to make calls on AT&T’s wireless network? Here’s how to fix the problem

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AT&T Wireless Outage map
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AT&T customers who find themselves unable to make or receive calls have taken to Twitter to vent their frustrations.

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What you need to know about the AT&T outage

Twitter began blowing up on Wednesday with reports of an outage that vexed customers, and the complaints carried over to the following day.

One AT&T customer even reported experiencing a complete network switcheroo during the unexplained outage.

Here’s the latest outage map, pulled on the morning of November 16, courtesy of DownDetector.com:

AT&T outage map

AT&T’s response

The wireless carrier was quick to fess up to the widespread network problem and offer a fix:

However, some Twitter users are claiming that doesn’t work.

Meanwhile, others stepped in to offer their own bootleg remedies.

When we reached out to AT&T for comment, they had no further details or suggestions to offer beyond trying the manual fix.

If we hear back further from them, we’ll update you right here on Clark.com!

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