MANILA, Philippines - Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co (PLDT) on Thursday said its landline and data services in Pasay City are currently down.
"We wish to advise our valued customers in Pasay Area that PLDT landline and data services in the area are currently unavailable due to cable theft along FB Harrison Street," PLDT said in a service advisory.
PLDT said its engineers are working to restore services in the area.
"We are also coordinating closely with local government officials to facilitate civil works required for the repair of our damaged facilities and help prevent a similar incident in the future," it added.
On Tuesday, the DFA said its phone lines were unable to receive incoming calls, due to PLDT problems in the area.
"We wish to advise the public that the DFA is currently unable to receive incoming calls, either through its trunklines or direct lines, due to troublehooting operations being undertaken by the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) in the areas of Pasay and Parañaque," the DFA said