Yesterday, many of you shared that in some places Verizon’s 4G LTE network was down
and Big Red confirmed that there’s an outage and it’s working to fix it. Good news is that the carrier is already done with the repairs and LTE is back to its normal state after nearly a daily outage.
“Verizon Wireless 4G LTE service has returned to normal after the company’s network operations team resolved a technical issue,” Verizon tweeted.
The outage came at a pretty bad time - just as the carrier kicked off its one year of LTE anniversary campaign. When it works, LTE covers nearly 200 million Americans.
Yesterday's issue affected 4G customers who couldn’t send or receive data, but 3G users reportedly didn't suffer from it. Service on some of those with 4G phones has automatically switched to 3G, while others had no service whatsoever. Verizon however claimed that voice calls and texts were still going through.
Is 4G LTE on your handset back to fully functional or are you still experiencing some problems? Don’t hesitate to share with us in the comments below.