Those hoping to spend holiday gift cards or go grocery shopping with a credit card in Tennessee and Giles County may have to wait.
Multiple stores reported internet outages due to the explosion that damaged an AT&T building in Nashville Friday morning.
The damage from the blast also caused outages for some phones and 911 systems though AT&T reported Sunday that "significant progress" was made overnight in restoring service.
More than 3 feet of water Saturday was pumped out of the affected building, and power was restored to four floors, according to the company. But access is still limited to lower floors. AT&T expected two dozen more trailers of disaster recovery equipment to arrive at the site by end of day Sunday.
Walmart confirmed Saturday afternoon that the outages impacted multiple stores.