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Haiti - Digicel : Demonstrations responsible for optical fiber cuts
14/09/2022 10:38:12

Haiti - Digicel : Demonstrations responsible for optical fiber cuts
In a press release, the telephone company Digicel informs the population in general and its customers in particular, "[...] that the situation in Haiti has a major impact on its operations. Due to the difficulty of moving across the country, operations such as the maintenance and repair of antennas and fiber optics and all other operational activities have become more difficult.

In some areas, many of our optical fibers are badly damaged by trees cut down to make barricades or roads dug for the same reasons...

Tuesday at 3 a.m., we had an optical fiber cut in the Montrouis area which affected the Internet in the Artibonite and North-West departments. 174 antennas could not function because of this cut. But after many maneuvers and diligence, our team of technicians arrived and repaired and restored service.

We remind the population that the company will continue to do everything possible to allow its customers to stay connected in this difficult situation, and we take this opportunity to ask the population to contribute to the protection of its infrastructure.

Once again, we apologize and thank our customers for their patience and understanding."

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