Workers accidentally cut an AT&T cable this month, leaving some customers near East Woodlawn and Park roads without access to their landline phones for almost two weeks.
Workers accidentally cut an AT&T cable this month, leaving some customers near East Woodlawn and Park roads without access to their landline phones for almost two weeks. Steven Senne AP
Workers accidentally cut an AT&T cable this month, leaving some customers near East Woodlawn and Park roads without access to their landline phones for almost two weeks. Steven Senne AP

AT&T customers in south Charlotte frustrated by 2-week delay in repair for cut landline

June 21, 2016 11:56 AM

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