AT&T restores service after outage frustrates customers

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The AT&T outage map showed a significant outage in Kansas City and its surrounding areas Wednesday morning.

Many who posted in the thread on the outage page said they could not make phone calls.

Some in Topeka were reporting no service. Others reported an outage in Lawrence and Overland Park.

"I do not have cell service in Overland Park, but my kids phone have service- all thru ATT. 😡 Not happy, too many work calls that will be jeopardized," one person posted.

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Another person reported being without service since 5 a.m.

At about noon Wednesday, AT&T reported service was restored.

"Service is restored for customers in parts of western Missouri and eastern Kansas who had issues making voice calls earlier this morning."- Chris Lester

AT&T did not include an answer about what caused the issue.

"We're aware of an issue in the Kansas City area affecting voice calls. We're working to fix it," the company tweeted.

Click here to view the outage map.