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BT has denied that its Web site has been hacked and instead insisted that the downtime is due to "teething troubles".

A number of readers have contacted Vulture Central to complain that the site is not accessible.

BT has admitted there is a problem and claims that BT.com has recently been upgraded, but that this has not been without incident.

We're assured engineers are working their little socks off to ensure the site is up an running.

In the meantime, BT has apologised for the downtime.

A BT insider assured El reg: "The site's been up more than it's been down."

Which is nice. ®

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