Hawaiian Telcom say full service has been restored to everyone who was affected by a broken fiber cable in the Kalihi-Palama area.
Crews completed repairs just after midnight Tuesday.
The company say a contractor digging holes for new street lights accidentally severed Hawaiian Telcom’s fiber cable.
The fiber cut occurred at about 12:30 p.m. Monday near the Tesoro Gas Express station and OCCC on Kamehameha Highway. The cut is disrupting telephone, Internet and TV service to about 600 Hawaiian Telcom customers in the Puuloa area.
The service was restored in the evening shortly after midnight Tuesday.
If you are still experiencing trouble, Hawaiian Telcom says to give them a call.