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Vodafone users in East Anglia are still suffering connection problems, the monster mobilephoneco confirmed this evening.

On Saturday, punters in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire reported their inability to register with the Voda network, rendering their phones effectively useless.

This glitch was resolved, only to be replaced by another unrelated problem hitting users in the area today. As a result some (not all) subscribers in the region have been unable to use their mobile phones.

A spokeswoman for Vodafone said that tests were ongoing but that the "root cause had yet to be found".

It's hoped the service should be fully restored by the end of the day, she said. ®

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