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  Reply # 322012 23-Apr-2010 11:37
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404 errors again this morning.

With the amount of problems they are having these days, it's almost as though they're doing it on purpose, just to frustrate their customers they have left.





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  Reply # 322163 23-Apr-2010 17:10
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Just tried to sign up with Telecom (I'm sick of TCL's problems) and got a 404 when I clicked "order now". Not a good sign...

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  Reply # 322165 23-Apr-2010 17:13
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Behodar: Just tried to sign up with Telecom (I'm sick of TCL's problems) and got a 404 when I clicked "order now". Not a good sign?


I believe that is what you call a sign. Don't go with Telecom. End of story.





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  Reply # 322229 23-Apr-2010 21:56
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I can check my usage now, but it says I've used 45 Gig!!
Not possible!
My own net meter says around 5.5 Gig

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  Reply # 322230 23-Apr-2010 21:57
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da5id: I can check my usage now, but it says I've used 45 Gig!!
Not possible!
My own net meter says around 5.5 Gig


Oh god. Please tell me they don't have another broken usage meter.





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  Reply # 322238 23-Apr-2010 22:13
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I just talked to a guy there and he says he has had other calls about it. My usage reads that i downloaded 38 GB on the 21st of April which is not possible, so....
He said to keep checking my Usage Meter and hopefully they will reset it.

Until then my broadband is probably going to be slowed down.

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