AT&T outage Sunday updates: ‘Significant progress’ reported in restoring service after Nashville bombing

An AT&T outage caused by a Christmas Day explosion in Nashville continued on Sunday to affect 911 operations and residential services, though the company said coverage is improving.

SOURCE: tennessean.com

DATE: December 27, 2020

AT&T reported Sunday morning that “significant progress” was made overnight in restoring service to the region, though 17 portable cell sites were still being used, including for communication by restoration crews and first responders.

Nashville Fire Chief William Swann said at a morning news conference that AT&T was expecting services to be back up and running at full capacity by the end of Sunday.

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