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  #1847486 16-Aug-2017 12:17
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MikeB4:

 

I wont ring VF again as the experience is what I imagine getting a colonoscopy is like.

 

 

Fentanyl and midazolam is delivered via IV, most find it pleasant.





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  #1847532 16-Aug-2017 12:51
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Spyware:

 

MikeB4:

 

I wont ring VF again as the experience is what I imagine getting a colonoscopy is like.

 

 

Fentanyl and midazolam is delivered via IV, most find it pleasant.

 

 

Noted, but they would not have helped yesterday tongue-out





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  #1847869 17-Aug-2017 07:52
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Speeds this morning are just hopeless, once I am up and about I will do another power cycle to see if it helps but I am not holding my breath.


I am going to use my phones hotspot as it's doing better than my *cough* gigabit fixed connection




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  #1847898 17-Aug-2017 08:15
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have you actually ordered fibre yet?


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  #1847900 17-Aug-2017 08:16
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Apologies all, a couple of nodes issues this morning - under investigation - can't show on the website (new website) but will advise as and when I hear more.





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  #1847902 17-Aug-2017 08:21
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My connection yesterday was flaky in the arvo according to the kids (WWG node I believe), but a modem restart sorted that out. I have no idea whats changed or happened, since I can't log into the damn thing anymore :-)





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  #1847905 17-Aug-2017 08:31
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Jase2985:

have you actually ordered fibre yet?



I had agreed with VF to persevere, I regret that a lot right now.

Waiting to hear back from Vodafone, my wife has given a deadline of lunchtime that's when she gets back from her business trip. That's a deadline that must be obeyed, I agree with her she cannot have this rubbish any further.




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  #1847909 17-Aug-2017 08:54
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MikeB4:

I had agreed with VF to persevere, I regret that a lot right now.

Waiting to hear back from Vodafone, my wife has given a deadline of lunchtime that's when she gets back from her business trip. That's a deadline that must be obeyed, I agree with her she cannot have this rubbish any further.

 

She Who Must Be Obeyed wants fibre.

 

She is a wise woman.

 

Get fibre and enjoy a decent internet connection. smile





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  #1847912 17-Aug-2017 09:01
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I decided not to waste my time rebooting as the problem is not inside my house. My current slowness is 34.9mbps download.

 

@Sideface yep you are not wrong.





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  #1847914 17-Aug-2017 09:03
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I like the new look Vodafone web page,  however they need to be honest about their network status on the page. Doing so would probably take pressure off the Contact Centres





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  #1847924 17-Aug-2017 09:24
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MikeB4:

 

I like the new look Vodafone web page,  however they need to be honest about their network status on the page. Doing so would probably take pressure off the Contact Centres

 

 

I agree.  It doesn't ever seem to reflect reality.





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  #1847959 17-Aug-2017 10:59
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Clearly there are still ongoing issues with the network as its stability is very questionable. FibreX (and I hate calling it that) is now 12 months old and far from perfect.


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  #1847962 17-Aug-2017 11:01
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MikeB4:

I had agreed with VF to persevere, I regret that a lot right now.

 

why?

 

you dont need to answer that.


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  #1847965 17-Aug-2017 11:04
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Jase2985:

 

MikeB4:

I had agreed with VF to persevere, I regret that a lot right now.

 

why?

 

you dont need to answer that.

 

 

 

 

Old school loyalty (stupidity) also still under contract and I was told I would have to pay ETC 





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  #1847966 17-Aug-2017 11:05
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Pumpedd:

 

Clearly there are still ongoing issues with the network as its stability is very questionable. FibreX (and I hate calling it that) is now 12 months old and far from perfect.

 

 

I wonder if DOCSIS 3.1 was a step too far





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