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Topic # 59971 15-Apr-2010 19:58
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www.telecom.co.nz

been down for ages.  Anyone know what's up with it? 

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  Reply # 319031 15-Apr-2010 20:04
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yes it is down




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  Reply # 319034 15-Apr-2010 20:12
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http://isitup.org/telecom.co.nz

Sure is :(

I want to check my usage for this month.

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  Reply # 319040 15-Apr-2010 20:27
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wants next xt goes down then adsl does down?




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  Reply # 319041 15-Apr-2010 20:31
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cws82us: wants next xt goes down then adsl does down?


Actually... their adsl was down today




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  Reply # 319058 15-Apr-2010 21:22
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9:22 and it is still down.

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  Reply # 319061 15-Apr-2010 21:26
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time to call 3 news about it




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  Reply # 319062 15-Apr-2010 21:29
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Telecom honestly can NOT catch a break.

Talk about a company being run into the ground lol.

I have never seen a company have this many outages, with this many services ever.

Maybe it's because this has been publicized more, I don't know. But it sure as hell ain't good.





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  Reply # 319067 15-Apr-2010 21:35
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Makes me wonder why I still have my services with them..

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  Reply # 319068 15-Apr-2010 21:36
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3 News going to do a report on it tonight




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  Reply # 319069 15-Apr-2010 21:36
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codyc1515: Makes me wonder why I still have my services with them..


Same.

If it werent for BigTime being reasonably priced, I would be outta' there. But the recent speed decreases are really starting to make me wonder.

Don't have mobile with them fully yet, just data - working fine, but hardly use it anyway to make a fair assessment of their services. Always has worked for me though.


cws82us: 3 News going to do a report on it tonight


orly?





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  Reply # 319076 15-Apr-2010 21:44
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It is back online now...




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  Reply # 319078 15-Apr-2010 21:45
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paulspain: It back online now...


Spoke too soon.

Back down again. Weee!

UPDATE: Back up again... sort of.

Can't log in though. How helpful. I guess I always did like only being able to look at the homepage.
Awesome.





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  Reply # 319079 15-Apr-2010 21:54
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Telecom website back up now




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  Reply # 319121 15-Apr-2010 22:57
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This is very bad mote bad then Xnet when they had there outage




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  Reply # 319163 16-Apr-2010 01:47
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How many times has the vodafone site being partially down for anything useful on it? A crapload more than the 3 or so hours that telecoms was down.




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