AT&T provides relief to customers affected by Nashville explosion

Monday 28 December 2020 | 11:06 CET | News
AT&T said it is extending relief to AT&T Wireless and AT&T Prepaid customers after service disruption caused by the explosion of a recreational vehicle in central Nashville, Tennessee, on 25 December. AT&T said the blast affected the central office of a telephone exchange containing network equipment. TDS said it, too, was affected.

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Companies: AT&T / Comcast / TDS Telecom
Countries: United States
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