Imminent Internet Outage to Disrupt Services Today

MONROVIA – The Cable Consortium of Liberia (CCL) has announced the imminent disruption of internet access through the ACE Submarine Cable that connects Liberia to the outside world.

According to a release from the CCL, the disruption of services is due to the scheduled repair work on a segment of the optical fiber cable between Dakar and Abidjan, which is the Segment 2.1 of the ACE Submarine Cable Network that connects Liberia to the digital world.

   The release signed by CCL Chairman and CEO Henry W. Benson said the scheduled repair will be performed on 31st May 2024 00H01 UTC to 31st May 2024 10H00 UTC (10 hours duration).

Mr. Benson said during the repair hours, all internet traffic transiting ACE Segment 2.1, including traffic from Monrovia, Abidjan, Freetown, Conakry and Banjul to Europe will be inaccessible.

But, the CCL’s business office and technical staff said they will be available to provide answers to any concerns relative to the imminent circumstance.

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