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Ultimate Geek

#21932 11-May-2008 17:08
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For some reason I can't access any ihug-related page on Vodafone's site atm - can anyone confirm this or is it just me? I keep getting 'Houston we have a problem...' error pages... Argh I need to check my usage!!

[EDIT] actually I can't access My Vodafone at all... how frustrating >< 

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  #130037 11-May-2008 17:21
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check out the latest blog on GZ there must be a issue!

EDIT (mine is working fine) checking mobile usage!

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  #130040 11-May-2008 17:55
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Yeah... Vodafone's servers only seem to hate Firefox 2 on my computer (my mum's computer works fine though...?)

Try a different browser (for some reason)

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  #130041 11-May-2008 17:59
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All good checking broadband and mobile usage

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  #130047 11-May-2008 18:40
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hm i'm fine on both firefox and i.e7

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  #130067 11-May-2008 20:44
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hmmm weird, it was Safari that it wasn't playing nicely with, works sweet now with Firefox, still no Safari joy... I emptied cache and everything! Odd. Anyway. Firefox it is, for now...

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