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#55370 1-Jan-2010 12:36
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Anyone know what's up with that service today.

Everytime I sign in, it says I have successfully signed out.

Just wanted to check on bandwidth, although I am sure I have not used 80GB, since they doubled it due to a fault on their bandwidth monitor.




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  #286380 1-Jan-2010 12:37
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Works fine for me.

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  #286443 1-Jan-2010 19:42
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working fine for me now too...been out all day and it is working




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  #286448 1-Jan-2010 20:20
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i find i have problems with the "your telecom" Service Sometimes i go to log in. And the system says i have 3 Failed Subscriptions and that's my first time i had tryed logging in for the day.

Most of the time i Get a Delayed Response My Internet Browser Mozilla Says Waiting for telecom...
and it stays like that for like 10 - 15 seconds then i get the response.



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  #286496 2-Jan-2010 11:33
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I think there just may have been a glitch on their system yesterday at the exact moment I wanted to log in. Never had that error before and tried in IE and FF.

But at least it is working now and I am well under my allocated bandwidth for the month.

I also have had the 3 failed login error too, upon only trying to login in once. Normally shutting down your browser and re-opening it up helps.




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