1. McDonald's experiences tech outages worldwide, impacting some restaurants

    McDonald's Corporation has been experiencing global tech problems Friday. The company says the issue is being resolved, but customers are hungry. By Kinsey Crowley, USA TODAY McDonald's experienced a technology outage worldwide Friday, and patrons were not 'lovin it. “We are aware o
  2. LinkedIn goes down on Wednesday, following Facebook outage on Super Tuesday

    A LinkedIn outage on Wednesday was impacting thousands of users, a day after Facebook went down on Super Tuesday. By Anthony Robledo, USA TODAY Multiple users were momentarily unable to access LinkedIn through their website or mobile app on Wednesday. The service provider confirmed
  3. AT&T offering $5 credit after outage: How to make sure that refund offer isn’t a scam

    AT&T is giving customers impacted by last week's outage a $5 credit. Here's how to avoid falling for a scam while pursuing your credit. By Gabe Hauari and Mike Snider, USA TODAY AT&T is giving a $5 credit to customers affected by last week's nationwide outage , the company announced
  4. AT&T 'making it right' with $5 credit to customers after last week's hours-long outage

    AT&T says it will give all customers affected in last week's wireless network outage a $5 credit "to help make it right." By Mike Snider, USA TODAY AT&T says it will be giving a $5 credit to customers affected in last week's nationwide telecommunication outage . The outage, which las
  5. Will AT&T customers get a credit for Thursday's network outage? It might be worth a call

    During and after the AT&T outage on Thursday, customers wondered whether the company might credit their accounts for the interruption of service. By Mike Snider, USA TODAY In the aftermath of Thursday's nationwide telecommunication outage , AT&T customers are wondering whether they
  6. AT&T Confirms Cell Service Outages, Verizon Claims No Network Issues

    By Kate Irwin Thousands of AT&T, Verizon, and other US wireless customers reported widespread service outages early Thursday morning. Outages began to spike between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. ET for AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Verizon, T-Mobile, Consumer Cellular, Boost Mobile, US Cellular, and
  7. Widespread cellular service disruption impacts AT&T customers across the nation, with Verizon and T-Mobile users also experiencing connectivity issues

    This morning, tens of thousands of AT&T customers faced widespread outages affecting their home phone, internet, and mobile services, as reported by Downdetector. Outages began shortly before 3:30 a.m. ET, with 55% of affected users experiencing mobile phone service disruptions,