Thousands of customers have been left without broadband and phone in East Sussex after fibre optic cables were damaged in seven different locations.
Engineers are working to fix the issues, caused during the construction of a fence, which began just after 3pm on Wednesday afternoon.
It's affecting a number of different service providers including 32,000 Sky customers.
BT Openreach engineers and support teams have been on site working to fix the broken fibre cables since yesterday evening.
Sky and Talk Talk has apologised to its customers.
Engineers say all services have been restored in the area and they're monitoring to ensure everything is stable.