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Posted in Trending Topics on 16th February 2016

Comcast outage affecting customers nationwide

Comcast responding to a nationwide interruption thousands of television and Internet customers Monday morning.

Comcast official outage map on their website show affected customers in the Bay Area, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston ,. Seattle, Atlanta, Baltimore, Jacksonville, Boston, Washington, DC, and Fort Lauderdale

Comcast released the following statement: “to examine our goals’re also what appears to be a temporary network outage that some impact our services (Monday) morning.’ve worked our engineers on this and services is working to recover. We apologize for the inconvenience this is causing our customers. “

a lot of people are tweeting that she can ‘t reach customer service.

According to the website Comcast’s start the interruption reports at 07:20 PT and within an hour she had a peak of 446 outage reports.

Although some internet outages have been reported, the majority of the reports appears to center around cable channels available.

We prove Comcast box at KTVU and noted that local channels were available, but was extension cable channels.

Several KTVU employees reported the same problems with their home cable boxes.

Hundreds of people have also informed of the interruption on social media.

Click here to see the living interruption card and report your diensontwrigting.

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