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  Reply # 404653 14-Nov-2010 22:27
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dmack1000: My Vodafone internet is playing up tonight!  2000ms ping to Auckland wtf!  Google isn't even loading fast.  I took me around 5 mins just to log on to this.  Just checked again working ok still slow for websites but not on speedtest!  Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.


It's not just you, i've found the internet pretty pathetic tonight, I love how Vodafone say its fixed then it suddenly goes bad.  Its getting very frustrating




 

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  Reply # 404656 14-Nov-2010 22:42
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Hasn't been great here in Wellington either. Not as bad as back in July, but I have noticed poor performance over the last week especially with international sites. I did cave and end up getting my T-Stick out a few times as cycling the modem did nothing.

Youtube has been very smaverage since the day we switched to be honest, no where near as good as when we were on Telecom. Does Voda have a Youtube cache?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 404731 15-Nov-2010 09:37
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yeah, it went away, but was playing silly again last night.

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