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  Reply # 301130 22-Feb-2010 18:32
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I am in Auckland and was talking with someone and the phone just died saying 'connection error' - hope its not going to be problem in Auckland

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  Reply # 301131 22-Feb-2010 18:35
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Aaryn015:
freitasm:
c71931f: "XT Update: There are significant issues with XT south of Taupo, particularly impacting Voice services. SMS/Data impacted to lesser extent 2 minutes ago " from @telecomnz on twitter


You're late. This was posted here already - read up the page...



I don't see a Twitter quote anywhere in this thread actually.  


I raised an eyebrow when I read "Freitasm",  as there was no Twitter quote, I thought his response was rude !

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 301134 22-Feb-2010 18:36
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kiwiscoota:
Aaryn015:
freitasm:
c71931f: "XT Update: There are significant issues with XT south of Taupo, particularly impacting Voice services. SMS/Data impacted to lesser extent 2 minutes ago " from @telecomnz on twitter


You're late. This was posted here already - read up the page...



I don't see a Twitter quote anywhere in this thread actually.  


I raised an eyebrow when I read "Freitasm",  as there was no Twitter quote, I thought his response was rude !


Why? I am just pointing out there is a confirmation link already directly to the Telecom site, posted here at the same time as the Twitter post.




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  Reply # 301136 22-Feb-2010 18:37
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telecom's XT brand is now broken.




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  Reply # 301137 22-Feb-2010 18:38
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Is the current issue affecting only Taupo and south again? Hamilton here, no known issues, data and voice worked all day.




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  Reply # 301148 22-Feb-2010 18:54
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Hi all,

Now the XT Network has officially crashed three or more times, you would wonder if the Government might step in a force Vodafone to open up their network to enable XT users to temporary 'Roam' ?? How else can they 'fix' the issue with the network being used and relied on to work 100% - it's not like they can go back to CDMA without issuing new handsets... the logistics are mind boggling?

I am sure (correct me if I am wrong) Telco's are considered essential public services like the power companies. Disruption can mean emergency services can't communicate etc..

Any thoughts??

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  Reply # 301149 22-Feb-2010 18:56
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Delorean: Hi all,

Now the XT Network has officially crashed three or more times, you would wonder if the Government might step in a force Vodafone to open up their network to enable XT users to temporary 'Roam' ?? How else can they 'fix' the issue with the network being used and relied on to work 100% - it's not like they can go back to CDMA without issuing new handsets... the logistics are mind boggling?

I am sure (correct me if I am wrong) Telco's are considered essential public services like the power companies. Disruption can mean emergency services can't communicate etc..

Any thoughts??


if they do that some xt phone will not work with vodafone at all. so it will  help but not thank much




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Delorean: Hi all,

Now the XT Network has officially crashed three or more times, you would wonder if the Government might step in a force Vodafone to open up their network to enable XT users to temporary 'Roam' ?? How else can they 'fix' the issue with the network being used and relied on to work 100% - it's not like they can go back to CDMA without issuing new handsets... the logistics are mind boggling?

I am sure (correct me if I am wrong) Telco's are considered essential public services like the power companies. Disruption can mean emergency services can't communicate etc..

Any thoughts??


how can they force them to do this?




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  Reply # 301153 22-Feb-2010 19:01
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Public Services Act - Whilst they are owned privately, they must comply

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  Reply # 301159 22-Feb-2010 19:07
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sbiddle: Appears to be an issue with the Chch RNC affecting a small number of sites.







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  Reply # 301160 22-Feb-2010 19:08
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  Reply # 301164 22-Feb-2010 19:10
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I am pretty sure that telecommunications aren't classed as essential services.

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  Reply # 301168 22-Feb-2010 19:13
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Delorean: Hi all,

Now the XT Network has officially crashed three or more times, you would wonder if the Government might step in a force Vodafone to open up their network to enable XT users to temporary 'Roam' ?? How else can they 'fix' the issue with the network being used and relied on to work 100% - it's not like they can go back to CDMA without issuing new handsets... the logistics are mind boggling?


Force Vodafone to open their network? I wasn't aware Telecom were asking them to.
I'm sure if Telecom gave them an offer Vodafone would consider it

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