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Down, down for over twelve long hours

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BT Internet's proud boast to be the UK's favourite ISP looked a little weak today, when the service crashed for in excess of 12 hours. At 11:30pm Thursday 27 August, the entire BT Internet service crashed. By 8:30 Friday morning, BT Internet support staff were advising callers to wait an hour or two before trying to reconnect. However, by Noon callers were greeted by a recorded message that said all connections to the BT Internet service were unavailable. No information was available about when the service would be back up and no-one from BT Internet was available to comment at press time. ®

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