Multiple Verizon consumers in Southern California announced problems are getting calls on Tuesday afternoon. The organization proved to The Verge that it was a “network problem” concerning voice services in parts of the province. That problem was solved overnight, and a spokesperson told The Verge on Wednesday a.M.
During the interruption, if you had a struggle making calls, the spokesperson suggested putting your device in airplane mode or restarting your phone, which they told should fix the problems. And in reply to one person on Twitter on Tuesday, Verizon’s help account confirmed using Wi-Fi “if feasible.”
On Tuesday, I noticed many instances of people describing obstacles getting mobile phone calls in Southern California. Still, it wasn’t exactly how far the outage reached or which areas might have been affected. Downdetector’s chart of user records fully shown that the outage is struck San Diego, Los Angeles, and the encompassing regions.
Downdetector totaled nearly 8,000 opinions of problems with Verizon.