The wireless carrier is working to restore services, which
are expected to operate at near-normal levels in affected
areas, including major cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, Las
Vegas, Phoenix, New York and Seattle. T-Mobile didn't
disclose how many users were affected by the issue, but
data from Down Detector, an outage tracking tool that relies
on user-submitted data to create service reports, shows
customers have filed more than 83,000 complaints break.
Monday at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time. By midnight the
number had dropped to around 9,000. Down Detector's
comments came from users saying that they are located in
Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Kansas,
Nebraska, North Carolina, Klahoma, Texas and Washington.
Users tweeted about the outage, saying their phones
appeared to be in "SOS mode" during the outages, meaning