CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- An equipment failure at a Frontier Communication's office led to high-speed Internet service outage for some customers in the Huntington and Charleston markets Thursday night and Friday.
Frontier received calls from about 500 customers about the problem, the company said Friday.
Frontier restored broadband DSL service to most areas by Friday afternoon, though some customers in South Charleston and Eleanor still were without broadband.
"Most of the situation has been resolved," said Dan Page, a Frontier spokesman.
Page said the company didn't know how many customers lost broadband service during the outage.