Kenya: Repairs On Undersea Cable to Take Four Days



It will take four days to repair the fibre optic cable that was damaged after an illegally anchored ship cut two submarine cables that disrupted the country's internet traffic.

David Njagi
Local data customers began experiencing service degradation after a ship docking four kilometres from the Mombasa landing station dragged its anchor on the cable, leading to the subsequent cut in late February.

Nairobi, Kenya — Repairs on The East African Marine System (TEAMS) fibre optic cable are set to commence in the next 10 days, about a month after it was accidentally cut off by a ship's anchor in Mombasa. Read more here!
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