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Wanadoo, which claims to be the UK's largest VoIP outfit with more than 80,000 users, has apologised to punters after its broadband telephony service went on the blink.

Its Wireless & Talk VoIP product went titsup on Tuesday morning resulting in calls from landlines or mobiles being unable to connect to Wanadoo's internet telephony service.

The ISP reports that although the glitch would have hit all punters, the service was back on its feet again yesterday afternoon.

A brief message on Wanadoo's service status page regarding its Wireless & Talk Service read: "We currently have a problem with the VOICE service. When customers make calls from PSTN (land line or any mobiles) to IP (voice service) they will fail."

Last week thousands of BT VoIP users were left fuming after its broadband telephony service went titsup. ®

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