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Kabel Deutschland Customers: 40,000 Berlin Households Can not Watch TV at Present – Economy

Sunday, February 18th, 2018 | bitcoin updates


40,000 Berlin households are currently without cable connection. Affected are customers of Ex-Kabel Germany, which now belongs to Vodafone, who live in Zehlendorf, Steglitz or Wilmersdorf. You are currently unable to watch television, make calls over the landline, or surf the Internet if your phone and internet connection is over the cable. Normal Vodafone mobile phone customers, on the other hand, have no cause for concern. The background of the malfunction is vandalism. "In Wilmersdorf a cable duct has been broken open and fiber optic cables have been willfully severed," said a Vodafone spokeswoman for the Tagesspiegel. In addition to Vodafone other providers were affected. Police are on, Vodafone engineers are already working to fix the glitches. How long that will take, could not be foreseen, stressed the spokeswoman.

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