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Topic # 58907 23-Mar-2010 09:13
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Anyone south of Auckland (Hamilton etc) having XT issues ?
Colleague in Hamilton is getting no service on his XT phone.... hes power cycled it and no change.... our phones here appear ok.

Fingers crossed its just him as having the staff without phones is going to be a nightmare (again).




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  Reply # 310080 23-Mar-2010 09:49
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Resolved...kinda... appears its his SIM card for some reason... getting replacement.




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