Verizon was still working to fix its 4G LTE network Wednesday after users across the country reported outages.

Melanie Ortel, a Verizon spokeswoman, said the company determined the cause of the 4G LTE problem and was working with major vendors to restore connections. Details will be provided as they become available, she said.

We’re aware of an issue with #4G #LTE connections & our network engineers are working to resolve quickly. Will update here.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyVerizon Wireless
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Investigating 4G LTE network issue; ThunderBolts making voice calls, may get slower 1xRTT data. Will update here.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyVerizon Wireless
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Users across the country have reported that the LTE network was down and that devices designed to run on the 4G network were running on Verizon’s 3G network, including the Verizon Thunderbolt.

The company has 10 devices designed to run on its LTE network, including the Thunderbolt and the new Motorola Xoom tablet.

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