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Topic # 98668 3-Mar-2012 16:04 Send private message

I live very close to the 2 Degrees Waikanae Cell Site in Parata Street.  Less than 1km away

More often than not I end up roaming on Vodafone.

We have three phones in the family, and it happens to all.

Today when I search for Network Operators, all I can find is Vodafone?

Is there known issues with this site, been up and down now for a few weeks Frown


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  Reply # 589887 3-Mar-2012 16:08 Send private message

The 2D site will not be live and only in testing phase so will be up and down

John






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  Reply # 589888 3-Mar-2012 16:10 Send private message

Oh, When is it going to be up permanently?


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  Reply # 589889 3-Mar-2012 16:15 Send private message

The site isn't a new one John, it's been there since the initial 2d rollout in the Wgtn region.

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  Reply # 589890 3-Mar-2012 16:16 Send private message

sbiddle: The site isn't a new one John, it's been there since the initial 2d rollout in the Wgtn region.


DOH thought it was a new cell!






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  Reply # 589891 3-Mar-2012 16:21 Send private message

Maybe the weather has killed it.  I'll leave it a day and contact them tomorrow if still not operating.

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  Reply # 589892 3-Mar-2012 16:23 Send private message

Yeah the weather over NZ at the moment could be causing a few issues




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  Reply # 589923 3-Mar-2012 17:13 Send private message

We had quite a few sites out in Wellington this morning due to the weather.




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  Reply # 589933 3-Mar-2012 17:27 Send private message

Ah the power of Geekzone.

No sooner mentioned and all back and runnig again Cool

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  Reply # 589968 3-Mar-2012 19:09 Send private message

damianh: Ah the power of Geekzone.

No sooner mentioned and all back and runnig again Cool


SaltyNZ rode his push bike down from Auckland and sorted it out for you,




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  Reply # 589976 3-Mar-2012 19:25 Send private message

johnr:
damianh: Ah the power of Geekzone.

No sooner mentioned and all back and runnig again Cool


SaltyNZ rode his push bike down from Auckland and sorted it out for you,


Nah, he rode his Tardis and used his sonic screwdriver to sort it out.




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  Reply # 589979 3-Mar-2012 19:26 Send private message

BarTender:
johnr:
damianh: Ah the power of Geekzone.

No sooner mentioned and all back and runnig again Cool


SaltyNZ rode his push bike down from Auckland and sorted it out for you,


Nah, he rode his Tardis and used his sonic screwdriver to sort it out.


Don't talk rubbish the tardis is in for a service!




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  Reply # 589980 3-Mar-2012 19:26 Send private message

BarTender: 
Nah, he rode his Tardis and used his sonic screwdriver to sort it out.


Who looks at a screwdriver and says, 'That could be a bit more... sonic'!? 




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  Reply # 589987 3-Mar-2012 19:34 Send private message

johnr: Don't talk rubbish the tardis is in for a service!


True... It's always been a bit temperamental.. Smack it upside the console and normally it comes right.

SaltyNZ: Who looks at a screwdriver and says, 'That could be a bit more... sonic'!? 


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