Some Sprint customers in areas of Maryland, central Pennsylvania and Virginia were without cellphone service for about an hour and a half Wednesday afternoon, according to a company official.
Communications Manager Crystal Davis said a “software issue” caused the service outage at noon in areas of the three states.
The issue was resolved and service was being restored by about 1:35 p.m., Davis said.
Officials with the company had not confirmed wireless outages in Maryland as of 1:40 p.m.
Several Sprint customers in Hagerstown reported a loss of cell phone service to The Herald-Mail.
Davis did not know how many customers were affected or the exact areas of each state affected.