Xfinity Comcast Outages

Xfinity Comcast Outages | After widespread Comcast outages were reported in the Chicago area, Xfinity responded.

Xfinity Comcast Outages: Comcast Xfinity responded on Twitter around three hours after customers in Illinois, Indiana, and the Chicago area experienced extensive internet disruptions, claiming that a network fault was to blame.

Just after 10 a.m., @XfinitySupport tweeted, “Some customers are experiencing intermittent service outages as a consequence of a network issue.” “While we investigate, our teams are working hard to get impacted clients back online. We sincerely apologise to all who have been harmed.”

Customers in Illinois, Indiana, and other parts of the country reported significant disruptions on Twitter and Reddit on Tuesday morning.

The number of reported outages began to rise around 7 a.m., according to DownDetector.com. Some consumers claimed that their service had been restored as of 8:40 a.m.

At 10:10 a.m., Xfinity tweeted, “The current issue affecting your service is resolving.” “Please double-check that your service is back up and running. If you’re still having problems, please wait and we’ll connect you to a representative. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude for your patience.”

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Xfinity tweeted at 10:43 a.m. that service has been restored:

The outage seems to be affecting mostly Comcast’s Xfinity internet, television, and phone users.

“Are there any other Xfinity internet difficulties in Chicago/Chicagoland?” RyanAspire enquired on Reddit, adding: “It appears to be a nationwide outage. Enjoy your late start/day off, everyone who telecommutes.”

Customers of Comcast’s Xfinity internet, television, and phone services appeared to be the most affected by the outage.

“Has anyone else in Chicago/Chicagoland had issues with Xfinity internet?” On Reddit, RyanAspire inquired, adding: “It appears like there is a widespread outage. Enjoy your late start/day off, everyone who works from home.”