TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Frontier Communications says things should be back to normal in Tampa Bay after users throughout the area reported issues with internet service Monday.
Users in Tampa Bay started experiencing the internet issues before noon.
Frontier’s customer service account on Twitter responded to user complaints saying they were aware of the issue and working to get it resolved.
A spokesperson for Frontier sent WFLA a statement shortly after 5 p.m. saying they had fixed the problem.
“A small number of customers in the Tampa area reported intermittent service earlier but our system is operating normally,” the spokesperson said.
Frontier has not given a reason for the issues. But according to Down Detector and tweets from Frontier’s customer support page, outages were also impacting users in other parts of the country as well, including in Texas and California.
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