The skyrocketing cost of copper has spawned a new breed of thefts. Thieves are climbing poles and even going into sewers to steal valuable copper from telcos. Unfortunately, for the thousands of customers in San Diego who rely on copper-based broadband service, such as T1s, DS3s, and Ethernet over copper, their voice and broadband services will be disrupted for over 12 hours, due to this week’s copper thefts in San Diego’s east county.
Fortunately, for businesses who require a reliable business broadband service, Skyriver offers business Internet service that is completely safe from the perils of copper, be it intentional copper theft or unintentional damage to lines from road construction. Check business Internet service area for my building.
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