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Topic # 43555 20-Oct-2009 19:16
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Called the 0-800 000 000 line and went to option 2 for world clock.  Went to Ozz and Sydney or Melbourne.  They are showing as still in winter time. i.e 3 hours behind us..  Maybe someone needs to load the ozz DLS file..




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  Reply # 265427 20-Oct-2009 19:21
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Are you seriously that bored right now? lol




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 265451 20-Oct-2009 21:01
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billgates: Are you seriously that bored right now? lol


Must be

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 265480 20-Oct-2009 22:45
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You can check the world clock from calling them? woah.

old3eyes: Do you ever have conversations with the automated lady at 123 when you are bored? :P

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  Reply # 265494 21-Oct-2009 00:08
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I like finding new ways to confuse the automated voice activated lady at the broadband helpdesk.




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  Reply # 265503 21-Oct-2009 00:30
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I find that telling it too many words gets you a person quickly rather than the short answers they want.




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  Reply # 265507 21-Oct-2009 00:37
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I like it when she gets angry and makes you press buttons as a punishment for not giving her the right question or answer




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  Reply # 265516 21-Oct-2009 05:29
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"I like finding new ways to confuse the automated voice activated lady at the broadband helpdesk"
"I like it when she gets angry and makes you press buttons as a punishment for not giving her the right question or answer "

You "like" doing that? Strange form of entertainment.

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  Reply # 265517 21-Oct-2009 06:10
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richms: I find that telling it too many words gets you a person quickly rather than the short answers they want.


This kindof works for foreign call centres trying to sell you stuff as well. Just speak flat out Kiwi and they cant understand a word of it.



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  Reply # 265534 21-Oct-2009 08:39
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billgates: Are you seriously that bored right now? lol


Nope.  I  use it as a test number and had an Australian guy with me yesterday when I used it.  He was some what surprised that Telecom NZ didn't know   of Ozz daylite savings..  This number is the most used by fone techs out  there for testing to ..

 




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