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# 33163 1-May-2009 15:31
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Hi howz every1 jus joined and yea really i jus wanted to read complaints about xtra services till mybe 2011 ? sorry but yea i got me a rapidshare account in april and got really good speeds untill begining of the school holidays and the speed slowed down considerably which is really frustrating. Not much too my life im a working dad 7 kids go to work come home do my bit for the household,well i think i do ? and then jump on the computer till i go to sleep and then the cycle starts all over again.And being just a obviously simple ? person with more then average family life cannot see myself interupting xtras cashflow with a complaint about how im getting slow international ? broadband speeds and releiving myself by hopefully hearing other complaints about xtra services. 

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  # 211249 1-May-2009 15:50
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Welcome to Geekzone.

Splitting the above into paragraphs may make things easier for other people to read, and hence share their ideas.

You can read more about Telecom's problems inside the Telecom forums:

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  # 211254 1-May-2009 16:03
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I suggest you read the FUG and as magu said, write using paragraphs and as per the FUG proper english not abbreviated words.



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  # 211274 1-May-2009 16:35
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Welcome to Geekzone.

"i got me a rapidshare account in april and got really good speeds untill begining of the school holidays"

Can't blame Xtra for all those kids with nothing else to do during holidays...

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# 211286 1-May-2009 17:06
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Ok , well thanks for the suggestions.
The school holidays are over and slow speeds havnt changed but not to offend anyone here im sure theres a reasonably answer to why speeds have changed.
P.S sorry for the txtd introduction

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