Homes with Sky broadband report internet problems – Warrington Guardian

RESIDENTS of Warrington have reported issues with their broadband today, Tuesday.
Homes using Sky internet have been taking to social media to look for updates following the loss of signal in the area.
The Sky website says there is no issues in the town, however this is not the case for many. As of 8pm tonight, broadband issues were still being reported across Chapelford and Great Sankey.
Posting on social media earlier, the Sky Help Team account gave an update on the situation, which it says is affecting the wider Lancashire area.
The posts said: “There is currently a multiple exchange outage in the above area affecting broadband, talk and fibre customers.
“Our teams are working hard to restore your broadband service as soon as possible.
“We thank you for your patience and apologise for the inconvenience caused.”
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