Telus plans phone outage for Honeymoon Bay

Telus services in the Honeymoon Bay area will be temporarily interrupted during the early morning hours of Thursday, February 25, as crews work to reroute cables to accommodate roadwork on the 9700 block of South Shore Road.

  • Feb. 22, 2011 8:00 p.m.

Telus services in the Honeymoon Bay area will be temporarily interrupted during the early morning hours of Thursday, February 25, as crews work to reroute cables to accommodate roadwork on the 9700 block of South Shore Road.

Local, long distance and 911 calling from land lines and cellular phones in Honeymoon Bay will be unavailable for a maximum of 30 minutes during the work, which is being done overnight to minimize inconvenience to residents.

Local emergency operations personnel have been notified and are taking appropriate measures.

Customers with an alarm system connected to their phone line should contact their alarm service provider before the outage to advise them that the service may be affected by a 30 minute interruption of phone service sometime between midnight and 6 a.m.

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