Having issues with your cell service? You're not the only one.
T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T all appear to be suffering from network outages right now. Down Detector shows reports of network problems all over the US, including the Southeast, Northeast, Texas, southern California, and the Northwest.
The severity of the issues seems to vary, with some folks saying that they've got no service at all while others say they've got data but are unable to send or receive calls and texts.
The outages started happening a couple hours ago and are still going on. None of the carriers have made any official statements about the outages, so it's unclear what the problem might be. There's no word on when service might be restored.
Are you having problems with your cell service?
UPDATE: T-Mobile's Neville Ray has acknowledged that there's a "voice and data issue" affecting customers across the country. He says that engineers are working to resolve the problem but has not provided an ETA for when things will return to normal.
UPDATE 2: Verizon has reached out to us and said that its network is "performing well" but that it's aware that "another carrier is having network issues". Because of that, calls made to and from that carrier might result in an error.