LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Most of the country moved their clocks back one hour when daylight-saving time ended Sunday, but some Alltel Corp. customers saw their cellular phone clocks jump forward an hour instead.

Alltel spokesman Andrew Moreau said the glitch affected some customers in Little Rock; Panama City and Tallahassee, Fla.; Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C.; and Richmond, Va. He said those using phones operating on the carrier's high-speed EVDO wireless network experienced the jump ahead.

Moreau said the problem rested with the switches that handle calls or send new software to the cellular phones. He said workers were still examining the problem.

"We did have a glitch this morning," Moreau said. "It's all repaired."