While I am excited to see the Fios progress continuing, Openband continues to disappoint and can’t wait to be done with them. While Lambert contracting was pulling fiber under the street from 1 side of the cul de sac to the other in their newly laid orange conduits, our Openband internet stopped working within minutes. I opened a ticket last night with Openband who said they can’t see the media converter in our panel and set up a dispatch for today. The on-site tech did a simple fiber test to their IDF and one of the two fibers had a dim test signal compared to the other which was bright. He called his supervisor and now I have to wait for them to contract out a fiber test contractor they use to run a test and pinpoint how far from my house the signal loss actually is occurring (I asked the on-site tech if there is anyone in house to test the fiber and repair/splice it and he said they are closing out in 2 months). OB checked the box on side of house and couldn’t tell me which box in the lawn it goes to next or which way it runs down our streets. I reported my issue to the on-site Lambert contractor supervisor for Verizon and couldn’t do much because we couldnt say where the issue is yet on my property. He said he is there daily so keep him in the loop. None of my neighbors on the cul de sac and nobody I have ask locally has had their service disrupted. So now it’s a waiting game to see how long it takes the OB supervisor to get their contractor out here. I will keep folks posted on how long this takes to get fixed and hope others don’t have the same problem as me in the future. If others have had any similar issues during the fios rollout please reply.