UPDATED: AT&T issue resolved

UPDATED: AT&T issue resolved

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

AT&T has resolved the issue and customers should be able to dial 911 in case of emergency LPD said.


AT&T advised the Lubbock Police Department that their Lubbock office on Frankford Avenue is experiencing some difficulties. Some calls from AT&T cell phones with the following prefixes cannot dial or text 911.

Those prefixes are:

806-794
806-798
806-783
806-698

If your cell phone is one of these prefixes, and you are inside city limits and have an emergency situation, please call 775-2865 or 763-5333.

If you are outside city limits and have an emergency situation, please call 775-1600 or 775-1480.

At this time there is no word on when the issue will be resolved.

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