Verizon has had a busy month repairing network glitches.
The carrier confirmed early this morning via Twitter that it has resolved the latest outage, which yesterday.
In tweeting the news, Verizon Wireless said that the 4G LTE issue was resolved overnight. 3G connectivity, as well as calling and texting, had been unaffected, the company added.
This latest incident marked the third time this month that Verizon customers across the country have bumped into a network data outage.
On December 7, many Verizon 4G LTE customers, though some 3G users also said they were affected. A second outage occurred last week, also across the U.S.
In all three circumstances, users reported issues connecting to both 4G and 3G networks, however, Verizon has insisted that 3G data access has been unaffected.
Either way, the outages have certainly tested Verizon's claims of having the most reliable wireless network. Other than acknowledging the incidents and their resolutions through brief statements, the company has been mum as to the cause of the persistent problem.
Roger Entner, founder of the market research firm Recon Analytics, recently told CNET thatas more people hop onto Verizon's LTE network. But since most of the outages have started in the middle of the night, Entner believes they're being caused by upgrades and patches to the network. As such, one single glitch can cascade to affect multiple regions of the entire country.