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Topic # 139215 31-Jan-2014 15:42
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I live around Omapere Street / Adventure drive in Porirua.

According to Telecom there are around 400 pairs of damaged wires in this area, I am currently getting calls that are not intended for me. (Very boring ones too).

Eta to a fix is 1300hrs, I had to let the Telecom contact staff member know it was 1530hrs when I called, so they may struggle to meet the deadline.

Thankfully they are putting a free diversion in place until Monday 3rd February.

EDIT:

Wherever the damage is, my VDSL connection is fine.

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  Reply # 978191 31-Jan-2014 15:56
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If ETA to fix is 1300hrs I hope the diversion is in place for just over a year.

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  Reply # 978216 31-Jan-2014 16:23
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Batwing: If ETA to fix is 1300hrs I hope the diversion is in place for just over a year.


He means 1 PM. We all get the troll or play on words but its a format used to describe time effectively.





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