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Orange claims the network problems that hit some phone users yesterday have now been resolved.

Trouble is, we're still getting reports from readers who say their phones don't work.

Said one hacked off reader whose phone's been dead for two days: "Orange are being evasive - I can't get a straight answer off anybody.

"They won't tell me what the problem is. I thought BT was bad but their [Orange's] customer relations are awful."

The advice from Orange if you're still experiencing problems?

Turn your phone "on and off", said a spokeswoman. ®

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