Some Shaw customers – between South Surrey and Abbotsford – were experiencing interruptions to service Sunday night and Monday. Contributed photo

Shaw service interrupted between South Surrey and Abbotsford

Damage to fiber lines cited in disruption to cable, internet and phones

Some Shaw Communications customers – in a broad area including South Surrey, Langley, Aldergrove and Abbotsford – were experiencing interruption to their cable TV, Internet and home-phone service Sunday night and Monday.

According to information on the company’s website, repair teams were in the field as of Sunday (April 8) at 8:30 p.m.

As of noon Monday, Shaw reported that they were continuing to work on repairing damages to fibre lines in the area, and by 1 p.m., they were working to better-define impacted areas.

The company apologized for the inconvenience, and thanked customers for patience and understanding.

More to come…

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