Globe services in Visayas and Mindanao interrupted due to cut submarine cables

Ryan Macasero
Globe services in Visayas and Mindanao interrupted due to cut submarine cables
There is no advisory yet on when services will be fully restored

CEBU CITY, Philippines – Cut submarine cables prompted service interruptions for Globe customers across the Visayas and Mindanao, according to an advisory issued by the telecommunications company on Tuesday, June 4.

“Between 1-2 pm today, the Globe network experienced multiple fiber cuts, two of which were submarine cables,” they said in the statement. “The incidents disrupted all mobile services (voice, data, SMS).

The statement said that Globe At Home Broadband and Bayan customers will experience intermittent service for both landline and internet.

There is no advisory yet on when services will be fully restored. – Rappler.com 

 

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Ryan Macasero

Ryan covers social welfare for Rappler. He started at Rappler as social media producer in 2013, and later took on various roles for the company: editor for the #BalikBayan section, correspondent in Cebu, and general assignments reporter in the Visayas region. He graduated from California State University, East Bay, with a degree in international studies and a minor in political science. Outside of work, Ryan performs spoken word poetry and loves attending local music gigs. Follow him on Twitter @ryanmacasero or drop him leads for stories at ryan.macasero@rappler.com