If your cell phone isnt getting any service this morning, you're not alone.

AT&T users across the nation have been reporting that they have been unable to make phone calls since about 4 a.m. on Thursday (February 22). The effects of the outage seem to vary a bit by each user. Some users say they've been unable to access the internet or even send a text message.

The reports have been sporadic since but most users are still reporting some outages.

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Initially, the outage appeared to be affecting some T Mobile and Verizon customers as well. CNBC reported a spike in reports of outages on those carriers as well, as of 5:30 a.m.

However, T-Mobile says their network is operating normally.

"We did not experience an outage. Our network is operating normally. Down Detector is likely reflecting challenges our customers were having attempting to connect to users on other networks," T-Mobile said in a statement to ABC News mid-morning on Thursday (February 22). 

DownDetector.com is a website that tracks reports of outages for brands across the globe (from social media to banking to games and more). It is showing a spike in reports for nearly all cell phone carriers, as of 5:30 a.m.

Here's a screenshot from the website's reports as of 5:35 a.m.:

DownDetector.com Screenshot Showing Cell Phone Outages

Most of the affected devices appear to be showing that they're in SOS mode. That typically means there is no service available.

This tweet from Philadelphia's FOX29 reporter, Bob Kelly, explains the depth of the issues, which are affecting ride-share services, gas pumps, ATMs and more:

If you have an iPhone 13 (or earlier) device you may not see an SOS indicator but instead, your device may say "no service," Laptopmag.com reports.

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