If you are an IT&E customer then you may have woke up Thursday morning to complete silence as all communication services went down just before sunrise.
Guam – According to IT&E Spokesperson Logan Reyes, the downed services was a result of an IT&E underground fiber cable which was cut by a third-party construction crew in front of the IT&E Corporate Offices in Harmon Industrial Park.
IT&E has assessed the extent of services impacted and confirmed that some landline service, all cellular, data, and DSL internet services in the CNMI have been affected.
Reyes further stated that cellular data service, and some enterprise voice and data services in Guam have also been affected.
In the CNMI, cellular voice and data, DSL internet services and some landline
services were affected. He adds that, as of 6:20 A.M. all landline services, and cellular voice and data services have been restored.
Meanwhile in Guam, cellular data service has been restored.
Reyes said, “Some customers may experience intermittent service disruptions as terrestrial fiber repairs continue.”
Efforts to restore the services began at 6:30 A.M. with full restoration estimated at 8:30 A.M.”