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Topic # 64185 9-Jul-2010 18:45 Send private message


Hello Everyone,

Am trying to call a XT mobile but it keeps saying disconnected from both another XT mobile and a Telecom landline.

I have also been trying to call my XT mobile and that is failing as well. Anyone else having problems?

Been trying for 15 minutes now.




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  Reply # 349633 9-Jul-2010 19:03 Send private message

Working in Wellington, but it seems some problems in Auckland.




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  Reply # 349640 9-Jul-2010 19:23

Looks like a late night for the techs.

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  Reply # 349649 9-Jul-2010 20:10 Send private message

No issues for me on the North Shore.




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  Reply # 349651 9-Jul-2010 20:15 Send private message

have you reported a fault? only planned work they list is in Dunedin

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  Reply # 349674 9-Jul-2010 21:38 Send private message

Maybe be a local cell issue, what location?  We don't have any issues Auckland wide.  Log a fault.

 

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  Reply # 349773 10-Jul-2010 14:50 Send private message

I had "emergency calls only" this morning but it fixed itself shortly before midday. I'm in Whakatane, which I believe is on the same RNC as Auckland (I think I'm on the Piripai tower, if that's relevant).



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  Reply # 349811 10-Jul-2010 18:19 Send private message

My XT phone was in Parnell, clients XT phone was mobile in grey Lynn traveling to botany. Problems for me stopped and everything returned to normal after 15 minutes




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