Frontier is restoring cut cable at two locations that
affected a large number of customers in southern Calhoun

3/28/2018 - Frontier showed up today to work on broken phone cables that have affected the service of a large number of customers in southern Calhoun.

The cable was cut at two different locations.

Customers had complained the land line service was their only connection to emergency services, with cell service not available to that part of Calhoun.

The service has been out for about 12 days after highway department workers cut the cable while cleaning and repairing culverts.

The service was restored by 8 p.m. today.

The Frontier union agreement has 100 percent job security for WV workers, but it is unclear how many repair people will be assigned to rural counties like Calhoun.

Since a number of Frontier workers, long assigned to Calhoun, have retired, customers have been given 14 days for restoration of home customers.

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