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There's fevered speculation that NTL could be about to pull the plug on its nthellworld.com whinge site after it disappeared either sometime last night or earlier this morning.

A message on the site says: "This site is currently unavailable. ntl:home apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you are looking for help or assistance on our services, please visit the links below."

Asked to comment on the speculation, a spokesman for NTL said it was just a temporary problem with the server and that the site would be back up again in a "few hours".

In June, NTL angers users after it announced that its nthellworld.com site would only deal with "off-topic" discussions. Instead, the cableco wanted a new "NTL Community" site to become the new "definitive source of product advice, news and technical support".

Many NTL watchers believe that the site might undergo a makeover to strip out any of the criticisms posted by unhappy customers of the cableco. ®

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