Internet provider apologises for service issues in Eastbourne

A national internet provider has apologised after some customers in Eastbourne and across the UK were unable to access ‘certain websites’.

TalkTalk router SUS-200529-155417001
TalkTalk router SUS-200529-155417001

TalkTalk’s internet services faced issues for a ‘short period’ earlier today (May 29) from around 10.30am until 11am. The company said their engineers have now resolved the problem.

A TalkTalk spokesperson said, “We’re aware that some customers were unable to access certain websites for a short period earlier today.

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“The issue has now been resolved and we apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.”

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