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Telewest is suffering the curse of the free ISPs after it admitted that the launch phase of its blueyonder high speed Internet service is being slowed down because of "technical teething problems". According to the cableco's ISP, cableinternet (as blueyonder used to be called), Telewest expects its installation plans to return to normal within two weeks. No one from Telewest was available for comment today but a statement issued by the company read: "We are sorry for any delay. It will be as short as possible. "We want to ensure the stability of the system and we are working round the clock to do this," the statement said Anyone who been inconvenienced by this latest problem will have their installation fee waived. ® Related Stories We're so sorry, says SurfVeryLimited firm Telewest goes tits up in Bristol Refunds for SurfVeryLimited customers

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