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  Reply # 1235904 11-Feb-2015 18:39
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Ive got emergency calls only on the note4, yet H+ data is working speedy as.

Note 3 is just showing the no signal icon.




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  Reply # 1235907 11-Feb-2015 18:45
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Wattle Downs, Manurewa. 

Working away on 4 bars of 4G iPhone 6, suddenly no service. 

Restart, try sim in another phone etc. nothing.

Eventaully spark shows up in the corner, but no bars. All the circles are empty. 

Call my mobile from a Voda mobile, no dial tone and call fails. Ring from spark landline, get "This number is currently unavailable at this time" or something like that. 
So I tried spark faults line, doesn't recognise my number at the prompt.... wat.

Edit: 6:45 PM, 4 bars 4G. Unable to make calls still, fails before ringing. 




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  Reply # 1235910 11-Feb-2015 18:50
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I'm on Skinny with a Galaxy Note 3 and can't make calls in Blockhouse Bay, Auckland. Data seems to be working, I'm getting this error:

No service: Selected network (Telecom NZ) is unavailable

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  Reply # 1235911 11-Feb-2015 18:52
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hmmm reading posts there seems to be an issue, can anyone confirm this innocent


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Hi guys,

 

There is an issue affecting the mobile network. At this stage it seems large parts of the North Island, and primarily text and voice with some people reporting data working. 

 

Engineers looking into it at the moment, we'll keep you updated when we know more.

Sorry the the hassle! ^Sam




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  Reply # 1235914 11-Feb-2015 18:57
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SparkNZ: Hi guys, There is an issue affecting the mobile network. At this stage it seems large parts of the North Island, and primarily text and voice with some people reporting data working.  Engineers looking into it at the moment, we'll keep you updated when we know more.

Sorry the the hassle! ^Sam


Did you try restarting it? What's your modem stats?

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  Reply # 1235916 11-Feb-2015 19:00
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SparkNZ: Hi guys, There is an issue affecting the mobile network. At this stage it seems large parts of the North Island, and primarily text and voice with some people reporting data working.  Engineers looking into it at the moment, we'll keep you updated when we know more.

Sorry the the hassle! ^Sam



Sam,

any ideas on resolution? It has been 2 hours with no info. MCC is swamped so cannot talk to them. Outages happen - keeping us in the dark on resolution is what annoys us....

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  Reply # 1235918 11-Feb-2015 19:01
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Seems back to normal in Henderson

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IceFragmatic:
SparkNZ: Hi guys, There is an issue affecting the mobile network. At this stage it seems large parts of the North Island, and primarily text and voice with some people reporting data working.  Engineers looking into it at the moment, we'll keep you updated when we know more.

Sorry the the hassle! ^Sam



Sam,

any ideas on resolution? It has been 2 hours with no info. MCC is swamped so cannot talk to them. Outages happen - keeping us in the dark on resolution is what annoys us....

John


Unfortunately that's all i've got at the moment. I'll update here when there's more info. ^Sam




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  Reply # 1235920 11-Feb-2015 19:04
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AKLWestie: Seems back to normal in Henderson


Sorry, speak too soon.  Back to "Emergency call only"

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  Reply # 1235921 11-Feb-2015 19:05
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AKLWestie:
AKLWestie: Seems back to normal in Henderson


Sorry, speak too soon.  Back to "Emergency call only"


About to post the same. "No service" on iPhone 6. Ugh.




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  Reply # 1235937 11-Feb-2015 19:40
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Was able to make a call just now. Got a dial tone after 30 seconds at least, slowly coming right maybe? Pass on some encouraging words to the team for us :P




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  Reply # 1235969 11-Feb-2015 20:04
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Got a really loud beep when I just tried to make a call.




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  Reply # 1235981 11-Feb-2015 20:13
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SparkNZ: Hi guys,
There is an issue affecting the mobile network. At this stage it seems large parts of the North Island, and primarily text and voice with some people reporting data working. 
Engineers looking into it at the moment, we'll keep you updated when we know more.

Sorry the the hassle! ^Sam


It's probably difficult to build a complete mobile network when you "Never stop starting"


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  Reply # 1235988 11-Feb-2015 20:21
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Can't send SMS messages in Dunedin, pretty sure I'm South of Rotorua :P

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