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  Reply # 199437 5-Mar-2009 17:25
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I was also kicked off exactly when they posted the network status message at 4:30.  Was back up 10 minutes after they posted "hope to resolve in the next 30 minutes".




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  Reply # 199441 5-Mar-2009 17:34
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Mine was out 430 til 530 too :-(

Unfortunately, more of the same old s**t...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 199442 5-Mar-2009 17:37
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/facepalm again




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  Reply # 199460 5-Mar-2009 18:51
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I`m gonna be demanding a refund. Everyone should, otherwise this will just go on and on.




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  Reply # 199462 5-Mar-2009 18:55
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attilathegorilla: I`m gonna be demanding a refund. Everyone should, otherwise this will just go on and on.

 

 

They just ignore emails. Whos a good ISP to switch to? I am sick of these outages, and there is  explaination for the outages.


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  Reply # 199464 5-Mar-2009 19:06
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I've been with Orcon on their Home+ plan since early Nov.  Been very happy with service and speeds.

Also have several friends with Xtra who are also happy with the service + speeds, although the helpdesk is overseas.

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  Reply # 199498 5-Mar-2009 21:21
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After some less than adequate responses to my emails from WXC, I've abandoned the WXC ship back to Telecom .. picked up the Total Home package that will save me a reasonable amount each month as well.  Having ADSL2+ installed in the street recently also helps.

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