Colorado Century Link users experiencing outages in Eagle County
Some but not all CenturyLink customers in Eagle County are receiving internet outages which are expected to last through Tuesday, Nov. 13.
CenturyLink customer service representatives were not able to be reached on Monday evening, but a recorded message told callers that the outage is expected to last until 6 a.m. on Tuesday.
Other users were told on Monday the outage could last 24 to 48 hours.
In Gypsum, customers on the west end of town experienced outages while users on the east end reported full service.
Users in Eagle, Wolcott and Edwards also reported outages.
CenturyLink provides communications services to residential, business, wholesale and governmental customers in Colorado and the United States.
The company offers virtual private network data network services; ethernet services; internet protocol services as well as satellite digital television services.
As of Dec. 31, 2017, the company operated approximately 10.3 million total access lines; and served approximately 5.7 million broadband subscribers across the U.S.
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