AT&T Outage Memes: 25 Reactions to the Network Outage

Today saw a major AT&T network outage throughout the U.S. and Canada and we've got a new lane of memes: AT&T outage memes

Well, folks, it seems the digital apocalypse has arrived – at least for customers of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile who found themselves stranded in a network-less wasteland thanks to today's AT&T outage. Ah, nothing quite like the feeling of being disconnected from the world, am I right? As the dreaded "no service" message popped up on screens across the nation and up north in Canada, the internet erupted with a symphony of frustration, confusion, and, of course, the inevitable AT&T outage memes.

The internet's reaction to the AT&T outage was about as predictable as, well, an outage from this particularly disliked company. AT&T outage memes flooded social media feeds faster than you can say "can you hear me now?" From snarky tweets to clever gifs, it seems that no aspect of the network meltdown went unnoticed – or unmocked. Oh, the sarcasm. It's moments like these that remind us why we keep coming back to the internet for our daily dose of schadenfreude. It's like watching a slow-motion train wreck – you can't look away, but you can't help but laugh.

This collection of memes and tweets perfectly encapsulates the internet's bemused reaction to the network's untimely demise. From angry customers to bewildered tech support agents, there's no shortage of material for meme-makers to work with. So here's to you, AT&T – may your downtime be short-lived, your memes plentiful, and your customers forgiving. Now, assuming you have an internet connection and are still reading this, we present the...

25 Best AT&T outage memes and reactions from anyone who still has a network connection

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Phil is one of the co-founders of Thunder Dungeon (the short one). As a result he spends his time simultaneously on the internet and in a dark, windowless room.

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