FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Many AT&T customers in northeast Indiana reported wireless outages Friday that continued into Saturday.
According to AT&T, this was caused by a network issue and was said to return “back to normal” by Saturday. Some customers woke up Saturday to a phone with strong signal, but this was not the case for everyone.
However, it appears service has been restored for customers. It’s unclear when service returned. According to AT&T’s outage map, it gives Fort Wayne the “all clear.”
If you’re still having issues, AT&T said that if a customer has access to WIFI, they could use it to make a phone call in the meantime. To learn how to set this up, click here.
To see if your area is still impacted, click here.