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Topic # 114693 27-Feb-2013 20:33
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Currenly holidaying in taupo, and have jst started having problems with my telecom iphone 5 not connecting to mobile data. Is anyone else in the same boat? Or has my phone crapped out? Was connecting easiky earlier on but isnt at present.
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  Reply # 771269 27-Feb-2013 20:35
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Same issue here in Auckland. Intermittent connectivity. TXT and voice all working, only cellular data has intermittent issues. Tried various APNs, but still no go.

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  Reply # 771270 27-Feb-2013 20:36
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Heavy loading in the evening maybe

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 771275 27-Feb-2013 20:45
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I'm also in Taupo and found my data connection was either going slow or not at all. I was unable to login to my bank. Seems to be a little better right this second though. 




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  Reply # 771283 27-Feb-2013 20:58
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And now its fine. Although im kinda relieved it was everybody and not just me, in case it was my phone that was the problem.

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  Reply # 771294 27-Feb-2013 21:04
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Seems to be an issue affecting XT, I know of somebody who has a lot of telemetry devices and they're all down.

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  Reply # 771308 27-Feb-2013 21:19
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Telecom posted an update on their service alert page:

We are currently experiencing some issues with mobile Data services for all Customers located north of Palmerston North . Our technicians are currently working on this problem. At this stage our representatives are unable to provide any additional information. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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  Reply # 771316 27-Feb-2013 21:34
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Issue at Mayoral Drive then

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  Reply # 771323 27-Feb-2013 21:53
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Should be sorted for the vast majority of customers now.  A small minority of customers may still be impacted but a restart of your phone should sort it.

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  Reply # 771328 27-Feb-2013 22:02
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plambrechtsen: Should be sorted for the vast majority of customers now.  A small minority of customers may still be impacted but a restart of your phone should sort it.


I hear a install of a master filter on the handset will help

Can you confirm please?

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  Reply # 771332 27-Feb-2013 22:10
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johnr:
plambrechtsen: Should be sorted for the vast majority of customers now.  A small minority of customers may still be impacted but a restart of your phone should sort it.


I hear a install of a master filter on the handset will help

Can you confirm please?


I have my worldwide patent on microusb and lightning cable adapters being worked on as we speak.

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  Reply # 771346 27-Feb-2013 22:30
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johnr:
plambrechtsen: Should be sorted for the vast majority of customers now.  A small minority of customers may still be impacted but a restart of your phone should sort it.


I hear a install of a master filter on the handset will help

Can you confirm please?


Haha, u make me lol John. Love it

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  Reply # 771365 27-Feb-2013 22:42
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I need a the master filter in dunedin ... I hear it's either called LTE or DC ... Which one is the slave?

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Reply # 771392 27-Feb-2013 23:37
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joker97: I need a the master filter in dunedin ... I hear it's either called LTE or DC ... Which one is the slave?


We are all slaves to the tax man

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  Reply # 771546 28-Feb-2013 10:31
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johnr:
joker97: I need a the master filter in dunedin ... I hear it's either called LTE or DC ... Which one is the slave?


We are all slaves to the tax man


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqK97av7I3s




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