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# 181351 12-Oct-2015 12:14
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  # 1404262 12-Oct-2015 12:22
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fire drill? they happen in my building every 6 months, vodafone/youi use to be in my building up until last year.

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  # 1404287 12-Oct-2015 13:11
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Id rather hear that message than 1) Sitting on hold for 30mins+   2) Hearing someone died due to a fire.

But most likely as reven said.





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  # 1404298 12-Oct-2015 13:14
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They were back up 5mins later, the system apparently went down for a few mins, maybe someone tripped the fire drill by mistake. Just thought the whole thing was funny, since it happened only a few minutes after I called the first time.

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  # 1404316 12-Oct-2015 13:32
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Perhaps someone was in need of a quick break! All is well now though. Everyone survived.

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