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Service restored after cut cable cripples Bell, Telus network

News | 08/04/2017 11:15 am EDT
A map purporting to show the outages experienced on the Bell network Friday morning. /Screenshot via CanadianOutages.com

A cut cable crippled the shared network of BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. in Atlantic Canada Friday, according to the carriers, whose customers across eastern portions of the country were left without wireless services for roughly five hours.

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