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Blog*Spot Connectivity In The UK

A few bloggers in the UK, most using TalkTalk as their ISP, are reporting inability to access any Blog*Spot blogs.

For right now, please use a proxy server to access all Blog*Spot blogs.

>> (Update 5/29 13:30): It's possible that TalkTalk caused the problem, which was anticipated.
Over the course of the last 7 days, we have been upgrading our network across more than 100 exchanges nationwide in order to provide our customers with a better landline/broadband service. As a consequence, some of you may have experienced intermittent call quality & connectivity issues for which we apologise.


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