UPDATE 11/20/13 @ 5 p.m.
RIPLEY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- AT&T says service has been restored for customers in Jackson County, West Virginia.
We reported Tuesday that crews were working on a tower in Ripley for the past week, impacted service.
AT&T released a statement Wednesday saying, "“Wireless service was fully restored overnight for AT&T customers in Ripley impacted by a third-party transport issue causing intermittent service. Technicians worked around-the-clock to resolve the problem and we will continue to closely monitor our network in the region to ensure service is working properly. AT&T invested nearly $60 million in its West Virginia wireless and wireline networks in the first half of 2013. We apologize to the community for this inconvenience.”
AT&T says crews have been working on a tower in Ripley for the past week.
The work has impacted service in the area.
There is no word when the issue will be resolved.
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