One of the Tampa Bay area's primary Internet providers is trying to repair an outage affecting people locally and across the country.
Frontier Communications, the nation's eighth-largest broadband Internet provider, did not indicate when the situation would be resolved.
"We're aware of the problems in the area there in Tampa. We're working to clear them as soon as possible but we don't have an ETA. Our apologies for the inconvenience," Frontier tweeted.
According to Down Detector, which tracks outages, the spike in Frontier problems occurred just before 11 a.m. Monday.
"We are aware of an issue impacting some (not all) of our customers and are working to isolate the cause," a Frontier spokesperson said.
Frontier said it was not immediately clear how many customers were affected.
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