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# 53075 8-Dec-2009 20:20
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The usage page accessed via http://www.telecom.co.nz/broadband/usage is currently 404'ing, is there another working link anywhere?





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  # 280489 8-Dec-2009 20:23
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same here. perhaps they're 'fixing' their over estimate problem




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  # 280491 8-Dec-2009 20:25
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The more direct link https://www.telecom.co.nz/jetstreamum/xtraSum is also 404'd and there's some sort of security certificate issue with the "Your Telecom" login as well. Looks like something's gone wrong in a big way.




 
 
 
 


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  # 280502 8-Dec-2009 20:45
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Can't access Your Telecom or T-World / Your Telecom (mobile) either.

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  # 280504 8-Dec-2009 20:46
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"Your Telecom" page is now down too.
Phoned about the instant logout when logging in now the whole lot has gone. lol. Too many Xmas parties..
Just maybe they will get the usage meters working properly this time.

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  # 280506 8-Dec-2009 20:54
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T-World has "Note! Some services are temporarily unavailable due to issues" Neil will explain more i'm sure...

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  # 280510 8-Dec-2009 21:19
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let me guess - they mixed up TiVO data and upload data and other download .... everybody gets a reset!




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  # 280512 8-Dec-2009 21:25
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Not even able to get onto the Plans and Pricing Broadband section of the website.
Something is REALLY wrong D:




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  # 280535 8-Dec-2009 22:45
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joker97: let me guess - they mixed up TiVO data and upload data and other download .... everybody gets a reset!


Ahaha. I think this is too much to ask for in one go.

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  # 280536 8-Dec-2009 22:49
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The connection to ocds.yourtelecom.co.nz was interrupted while the page was loading.




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  # 280595 9-Dec-2009 07:35
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All systems look to be back to normal this morning.

And happily, the broadband usage meter is within 10% of the actual amount of data traffic that my phone has been sending/receiving. Close enough to rely on the software as a guide.




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  # 280596 9-Dec-2009 07:38
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stevenz: All systems look to be back to normal this morning.

And happily, the broadband usage meter is within 10% of the actual amount of data traffic that my phone has been sending/receiving. Close enough to rely on the software as a guide.


Nope, still accounting double usage for myself.

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  # 280945 9-Dec-2009 19:18
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Mine has started showing data usage again, but nothign for the several weeks it went awol.. I guess it doesnt really matter being on bigtime but I liek to know how much I used.




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  # 280978 9-Dec-2009 20:13
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Mobile Data usage is back and correct according to the 3rd party app I'm using, it even shows the correct 4Gb plan rather than the old 3Gb one I changed from 6 weeks ago.
Thanks guys..

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