For the past several days, I was unable to get access to the internet.
Should I use past tense or past perfect continuous tense if at the time of writing, the internet access problem has already been resolved?
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In these two sentences
I was unable to get access to the internet for several days.
I have been unable to get access to the internet for several days.
the first means the problem was resolved, the second means you still cannot connect,
and in the next two phrases, the first (that you used) can be simplified to the second
unable to get access to the internet
unable to access the internet