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Topic # 94559 13-Dec-2011 22:51
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Any one else in the area having issues, I've had no reception since I got home late this evening.

I can just about hit a Vodafone 2G signal but no Telecom signal whist normally I get 5 bars on their XT network.

Also because it is so late they can't arrange for any inbound calls to be forwarded to my mobile overnight.




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Reply # 557688 14-Dec-2011 07:59
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Vodafone turned on new 2G / 3G coverage in kumeu yesterday maybe we took out the Telecom cell to put in our new one ;-)



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  Reply # 557836 14-Dec-2011 12:16
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Well fault appears to have been resolved overnight, but Telecom didn't call me this morning during the time we originally arranged last night.

Called them in the last hour and they have no details on what the real issue was, or even if it has been fixed.

It turns out there was some planned work from 10pm-5am with a 2 hour outage.

So JohnR any details on the new Kumeu site?




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  Reply # 557839 14-Dec-2011 12:30
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What details you require? If you want start a new thread under Vodafone as this has been taken OT here is a speedtest done on the site yesterday using SGII

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