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Topic # 154172 20-Oct-2014 12:41
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www.clear.net.nz doesn't appear to be loading for me. Anyone else experiencing the same issue?

On Cable in Petone.

Checked Vodafone's website, but couldn't find a mention of it being down.

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  Reply # 1158426 20-Oct-2014 12:51
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It eventually redirects me to http://clearnet.co.nz/ which then takes an age to load but eventually does (this is on a non-vodafone connection) 

(BTW, perhaps it would be worth reconsidering the previous suggestions from your thread in 2011 to not use ISP provided email given there are so many better options? :P )

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  Reply # 1158440 20-Oct-2014 13:01
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Yep. Same here. Cable in Kapiti.

However, as suggested:
http://clearnet.co.nz/

does work.


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  Reply # 1158444 20-Oct-2014 13:09
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Hmmm, neither are loading for me through Slingshot UFB on Chrome. However clearnet.co.nz does eventually load in Firefox on cable...

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  Reply # 1158510 20-Oct-2014 14:45
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Appears to be loading now.
I haven't had many issues my main ISP email address, where I receive my emails in Outlook. Its just that I have another email account which I check via webmail (I get very very very few emails to that address).

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