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Mobile broadband users in a number of areas have experienced difficulty accessing Three's network, it has been revealed.

In a message posted on Twitter, the broadband provider confirmed that subscribers have suffered "intermittent loss of 3G coverage".

This means Three dongle users may have struggled to hold a broadband connection.

According to the broadband provider, consumers in North Wales and the north east of England are currently affected by loss of connectivity.

Three has blamed "adverse weather" for the problems experienced with its 3G network.

The broadband provider is not the only one to have experienced difficulties in the last two weeks, as the UK has been battered by snow, rain and high winds.

BT's network infrastructure was hit by heavy snowfall last week, with broadband subscribers in Bournemouth, Exeter and Swansea among those affected.

Have you suffered a broadband outage in the last week? Let us know about your experience in the comments section.

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