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Users of Pipex's ADSL service are reporting that it's working again after going tits up at the weekend.

Broadband users began reporting problems early on Sunday afternoon. Today, the company has admitted that it has been suffering "major issues" with its platform.

In a statement posted on Pipex's Web site earlier this morning the company said: "We have been suffering from major issues with the PIPEX broadband platform. PIPEX are currently investigating as a number one priority all possible causes for the outage.

"However, we are beginning to see some semblance of normality return, though work is still going on to try and find the cause of the problem and make sure there are no outstanding issues."

No one from the ISP was available for comment at the time of writing. ®

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