Broadband cut off over BT dispute

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  1. About 5,500 customers have had their broadband internet service cut off amid a row between their supplier and BT.
    Euro1Net's service has been suspended after BT Wholesale said the company, based in Ramsgate, Kent, had repeatedly failed to pay off its invoices.

    Some customers had paid hundreds of pounds upfront for a two-year broadband connection with Euro1Net.

    The firm was not available for comment but said on its website that "action by BT" had seen its service withdrawn

    Euro1Net's broadband service has an annual subscription charge of £120, but some customers would have paid out £240 to be connected for two years.


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