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#27778 6-Nov-2008 15:36
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Is it just me, or is this site really slow today? I'm on xnet.




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  #176313 6-Nov-2008 15:47
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Must be their site. Super slow for me on Vodafone in the office and on T-stick.

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  #176320 6-Nov-2008 16:32
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it crawls, and am on Telstra

 
 
 
 


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  #176442 6-Nov-2008 22:48
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checking my telecom account can be a nightmare not just sometimes but often

many times it doesnt load.. or takes a very long time

why???




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  #176715 7-Nov-2008 19:49
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This brings back a memory I have of attending a telecom pk session in Napier. They were going around the country promoting this new mobile broadband that they had going. The guy plugged in his pcmcia card and showed us all how to set it up on the projector.

He said something along the lines of "now look at the speed of this" and opened google up as his homepage, then typed in http:// www .telecom.co.nz into his browser which took about 10 seconds to load. Everyone started laughing and he went very red.
That was when the telecom site was always slow for everyone. ~2 designs ago




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