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Topic # 57501 15-Feb-2010 19:30
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A few clients and a friend were saying their XT phones werent working this afternoon. My friend also reckond he knew people down in wellington and christchurch also having problems after 3.30 today.

Anyone else having issues?




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  Reply # 299192 15-Feb-2010 19:38
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Not sending/receiving texts and keeps dropping the call when i try to call *333, Same thing for a few mates of mine in Hastings, as well as Wellington, and Invercargill.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 299196 15-Feb-2010 19:46
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Hmmm. Interesting.
I am trying to test call someone over in hastings and it goes straight to voicemail. Called him on the landline from my landline and he says he didnt get anything on the cellphone, and also his txts arent getting through to me on my older cdma.

Hope its fixed by morning. I have a few clients who are mobile data users and will be calling me expecting me to visit and troubleshoot for them, before they bother to ring telecom.




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  Reply # 299200 15-Feb-2010 19:52
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Yes a couple of XT friends in Dunedin have been complaining of problems this afternoon/evening with texts.

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  Reply # 299203 15-Feb-2010 19:55
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We had unreliable service here in Taranaki. Calls dropping, etc. Lots of Facebook post ranting about it being down yet again.

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  Reply # 299206 15-Feb-2010 19:58
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Christchurch txts failing again or being received multiple times!!!!

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  Reply # 299207 15-Feb-2010 19:58
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Just checked with a friend in Taranaki, XT phone hasn't worked since 5pm...her partner's phone in Hawera same problem

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  Reply # 299211 15-Feb-2010 20:01
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I have no problem here in north Canterbury either. Hopefully that thing doesn't happen again. Fingers crossed

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  Reply # 299213 15-Feb-2010 20:05
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I'm getting "Network Busy" will start up a logger on the reliable phone and have a look.

I was having a few issues last night.


*update, SMS is dead.

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  Reply # 299214 15-Feb-2010 20:07
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Oh dear...

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  Reply # 299216 15-Feb-2010 20:08
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And now it's going again and I get a tweet :

I am investigating if we have any issues and will get back to you NR

But it's intermittent, works partially, I better reboot this phone though as it was giving me trouble last night.

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  Reply # 299218 15-Feb-2010 20:10
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Lucky for the people it's working for, mines still not sending/receiving texts or calls

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  Reply # 299220 15-Feb-2010 20:11
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My brother at dinner was like "F XT.. taking ages to send texts".. in new plymouth

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  Reply # 299221 15-Feb-2010 20:11
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  Reply # 299222 15-Feb-2010 20:13
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if two degrees had a text plan i would have switched to them yesterday.

so sick of telecoms crap. this is unacceptable.

and i don't think its a case of "its new it still has kinks to be ironed out" i don't remember vodafone ever having an outage? or two degrees?





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