Sky Attempting to Rectify Broadband Problems for Customers
A list of telephone exchanges has been listed by Sky where many broadband users are currently having a lot of trouble accessing the Internet.
Some broadband users subscribing to Sky broadband services have been experiencing issues regarding connectivity lately and this fact has been admitted by the Internet Service Provider too.
As per the announcement posted on their website, the ISP stated that there have been issues regarding the Internet on and off that have been disturbing broadband connectivity in a few telephone exchanges in some regions of the country.
Sky has been very apologetic about the issue and informed that they are trying to locate and solve the problems affecting the exchanges that include Caernarfon, Holyhead, Stevenage, Swindon, Ramsgate and Canterbury.
A complete list of the locations that are being affected was available and could be seen on the official website of the ISP; even the target dates when the issues would be rectified have been put up. This list also reveals that the issues in certain telephone exchanges may not be resolved till the 30th April.
The Internet Service Provider said that they profusely apologise for the continuing inconveniences caused to their consumers.
The firm had of late declared that its copper-based broadband facilities would be made available to approximately 90 percent of the properties in the country by the end of the next year. The company is also getting ready to release its first fibre optic broadband connectivity services this current year in April.
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