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  •   Home > News > Technology

    Some Aucklanders are struggling with patchy phone and internet service -- after a cable was cut by mistake

    Some Aucklanders are struggling with patchy phone and internet service -- after a cable was cut by mistake


    One of Chorus' key fibre line's been cut between Glenfield and Mount Albert, causing outages across central and south Auckland.

    A Vodafone spokesperson says more than 500 customers were hit by the outage just after 1pm -- with services expected to be restored by 7pm.

    Some Spark and 2degrees customers are also left with dead air.

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