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Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina Voice/Data Outage


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On the way to work this morning down in Miami, I had no data 3G/4G and no voice. Called Sprint when I got to the office, and they said they are experiencing a voice/data outages in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.... Sounds like some major network routing issues... Anyone else having problems?

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On the way to work this morning down in Miami, I had no data 3G/4G and no voice. Called Sprint when I got to the office, and they said they are experiencing a voice/data outages in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.... Sounds like some major network routing issues... Anyone else having problems?

Past week and a half, not data or voice at work. They keep saying it's fixed, but it's not fixed for me.

 

This is extremely frustrating!

 

 

-Luis

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Past week and a half, not data or voice at work. They keep saying it's fixed, but it's not fixed for me.

 

This is extremely frustrating!

 

 

-Luis

Yea I had no data service on 3G or 4G all the way from from Homestead to Doral....  Was early this morning around 4:30 AM.

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Yea I had no data service on 3G or 4G all the way from from Homestead to Doral....  Was early this morning around 4:30 AM.

That's practically all of Miami. All I can say is that I've been calling in almost everyday, at this point I just wanna leave because it's not getting better.

 

 

-Luis

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My device has been cycling through 1xrtt, then roaming, then back. No data, tried AP mode, same. Turned it off to charge, glad I am not the only one. In Myrtle Beach, SC.

Today was a horrible day all across the Grand Strand (I blamed it on (a) Sensorly and (B) my EVO -- but now I can apologize to that app and my phone, cause I was bouncing between roaming on Verizon -- 1xrtt -- 3G -- and only picked up 4G for a brief moment at our one 4G site near Socastee today... picked a frustrating day to try and search for new 4G that is for sure!

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im in fort lauderdale and this past week my phone has been a hit or miss on having a reliable data connection. It will show im connected to 4g but i get no data transfer at all. these are places where i have had lte for the past few months. Im even roaming at work now, i called sprint and they said 72 hours untill everything would be back to normal.

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There are two towers that handle practically the entire stretch of I95 covering St Augustine and I noticed that last night and this morning as soon as my tower by my house fades out, I am immediately on either 1xRTT or roaming on MetroPCS. My wife called me today asking why she was roaming all of the sudden, too. I am not sure if this is relating to the issues that some of you experienced yesterday, but it just started here as of mid evening yesterday. Both towers are 3G/4G accepted and have been strong towers for the past two months. I just hope in the back of my mind that this might be indicative of work being done to bring them up to 800 MHz.

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