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Master Geek
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Topic # 57266 8-Feb-2010 01:41
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My mobile is sitting here going in and out of service once every 5 mins or so. Am watching another phone do the same thing. 10 points to telecom yet again.

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  Reply # 296945 8-Feb-2010 01:44
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3rd time is too much I think. If this is really an outage again for the same people that suffered last week and the 1st time around then they are not going to forgive TCNZ this time. I see VF gaining more users now.

Do whatever you want to do man.


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  Reply # 296946 8-Feb-2010 01:57
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Phone is back sitting on full reception again. Perhaps some maintenance was occuring on the network?


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  Reply # 296954 8-Feb-2010 07:14
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If Telecom needs to do any work on the network to address any of the issues from the recent outages then they will obviously need to carry out maintenance work,

Generally doing it after midnight is the norm, possibly doing it first thing after midnight so if any issues they do have time to start addressing any unforeseen problems as they are probably a little bit gunshy right now.

Don't know just an educated guess.

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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