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Master Geek
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  # 868264 30-Jul-2013 06:31
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Hey it works now... It was under construction before for me

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Uber Geek

  # 868724 30-Jul-2013 16:56
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I got the under construction page.

Hit refresh as posted earlier, then it loaded correctly.

Loads everytime ok now. Strange.


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  # 868735 30-Jul-2013 17:05
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Perhaps under construction then putting it online to test, on and off. Ok for me on telecom dsl

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  # 868993 30-Jul-2013 23:56
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Was pretty annoying when was "down" for about a week. At that time I tried free dns services (google, and got the IP from elsewhere and tried it. Nothing worked so I assumed not DNS, routing maybe.
Response I got from telecom was (cutting out the pleasantries) "I checked that domain and we don't host the domain so there's nothing worry on our side. That domain is with Snap so you will need to contact them."
Kinda poor given, as I pointed out, it only wasn't working on telecom connections; so it would have to be between them and snap i.e. it damn well IS their problem >_<. I pay them for access to the internet, so I should be able to access websites that are actually up and running. Didn't follow it up through, since by the time they got back to me a few days later it'd been fixed... despite faults claims of "We will attempt to address your query within the next 4 working hours."

('Faults' might not the the right department, but through the website I had the email choices of 'faults' or 'feedback', given that it's a fault what choice did I really have? Perhaps telecom should work on their online customer interface...)

Wow, didn't mean this to be a rant.

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