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Topic # 51080 27-Nov-2009 10:09
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Hi all,

Everyone at work on XT has lost network coverage this morning (Auckland CBD) hearing reports of christchuch loosing network also, anyone having this issue please post approx location.




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  Reply # 276789 27-Nov-2009 10:17
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Hi we some are having some issues with calling on the XT Network. The temp loss of coverage is due to a restart of some node b's (cells).



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  Reply # 276792 27-Nov-2009 10:30
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Good to know that this is kept up to date.




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  Reply # 276817 27-Nov-2009 11:08
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Issue is resolved.. I'll find out who maintains that page..

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  Reply # 276839 27-Nov-2009 11:37
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jaidevp: Issue is resolved.. I'll find out who maintains that page..


Issue is certainly not resolved for me.

I'm in Brooklyn, Wellington, and our two XT phones both report no service. Well, one has no bars and no service and lights up every few minutes, the other has full bars but says "Limited Connectivity". Neither can call or anything.

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Reply # 276840 27-Nov-2009 11:38
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George00:
jaidevp: Issue is resolved.. I'll find out who maintains that page..


Issue is certainly not resolved for me.

I'm in Brooklyn, Wellington, and our two XT phones both report no service. Well, one has no bars and no service and lights up every few minutes, the other has full bars but says "Limited Connectivity". Neither can call or anything.


Have you repowered the phones

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  Reply # 276843 27-Nov-2009 11:40
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Yes, just did now and the issue still remains.

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  Reply # 276848 27-Nov-2009 11:50
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Still not resolved in Westport either, phone displaying "No Access to Network"

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  Reply # 276852 27-Nov-2009 11:58

Working fine in Dunedin.

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  Reply # 276854 27-Nov-2009 11:59
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Fine in Pukekohe

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  Reply # 276855 27-Nov-2009 12:02
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Fine in Masterton. Was having some issues with Mobile Broadband a few hours ago.




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  Reply # 276856 27-Nov-2009 12:03
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scottjpalmer: Fine in Pukekohe



just rebooted my phone again and still not connnecting to XT at all in Wellington CBD (Manners street)... 




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  Reply # 276859 27-Nov-2009 12:06
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Hi some localised issues with a Cell in Wellington CBD, and in CHCH, we have a tech out visiting the sites..

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  Reply # 276865 27-Nov-2009 12:19
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I'm in Westport, still not working. Would the Chch outage effect us?

Due to the EPMU striking again we have about ~100 staff attempting to use XT for mobile broadband.

Telecom Service Status still reporting no faults.

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  Reply # 276872 27-Nov-2009 12:32
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Yes Westport is off the Christchurch RNC

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