AT&T phone service which crippled phone users throughout Michigan restored

Published On: Dec 03 2012 10:01:25 AM EST
Updated On: Dec 03 2012 10:44:15 AM EST
DETROIT -

Users of AT&T phones were left without service Monday morning around 10:15 a.m.

The phone company has still not confirmed the extent of the outage or what may have caused the interruption.

AT&T users were able to text and use data services during the outage.

Read: 5 ways to keep phone charged in a power outage

Stay with Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit.com as more information becomes made available.

Official AT&T website can be found HERE.

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'Landmarked Detroit' includes 40 points of interest, 20 check-in locations

Want to explore Detroit? There's an app for that.

Detroit Labs has created an app that will take people through various historical locations and points of interest throughout the city.

The app called “Landmarked Detroit,” includes 40 points of interest and 20 check-in locations from the Fox Theater to the Riverfront. At each of the locations, users will be able to see interesting facts and information and view old photos.

Business analyst Will McDowell came up with the idea for the app. McDowell, a resident of Detroit, says “People will begin to realize that downtown Detroit really is a walkable city, and that there is a lot to do and see if you just take the time to check it out.”

The Landmarked Detroit app is available for download now.

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