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  Reply # 362944 4-Aug-2010 13:28
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hell so we have telecom broadband down from Auckland,Wgtn and Chch????? Obviously no mention on their website LOL




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  Reply # 362945 4-Aug-2010 13:29
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Having the same problem here, my Telecom Broadband at home keeps dropping off - Auckland Central

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 362946 4-Aug-2010 13:30
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internet on both ADSL connection an XT connection were down but working fine now




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  Reply # 362948 4-Aug-2010 13:30
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Same issue here in Auckland. Seems to be back now. First flaky, now good for the last few minutes. No issues with Vodafone 3G, definitely seems to be a Telecom problem. 

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  Reply # 362955 4-Aug-2010 13:31
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Same problem here (Tauranga) connection is up and down like the Asyrian Empire. Did notice that when it's working, it seems to be a lot faster than usual

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  Reply # 362956 4-Aug-2010 13:32
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We're in Mairangi Bay (North Shore), seeing a stable connection now (running a constant ping). It may not last though.

Still no mention on @telecomnz or on their website.

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  Reply # 362957 4-Aug-2010 13:32
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Wellington CBD - has been going down and up for a while - seems stable at the moment now.




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  Reply # 362958 4-Aug-2010 13:32
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lol cant even visit telecom.co.nz

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  Reply # 362960 4-Aug-2010 13:33
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myndlyz: lol cant even visit telecom.co.nz

I noticed that too. After rebooting, their services page was my next stop

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  Reply # 362964 4-Aug-2010 13:35
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It also seems to be invercargill My work ADSL and HOme ADSL are both doing the same as every one else

Work CID Internet Seems to be fine thou
 

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  Reply # 362965 4-Aug-2010 13:35
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Same problem up here in Newlands (Welly). Dropping in and out since 12:30. This is the longest its been back on, hopefully it stys.

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  Reply # 362967 4-Aug-2010 13:36
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From Twitter:

There seems to be some issues on our Broadband service, we're investigating & will let you know any updates ^AC


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  Reply # 362968 4-Aug-2010 13:37
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OK also just got the word that Telecom's internet is playing up today.

It's unstable when accessing my NZ-based website from Australia.

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  Reply # 362970 4-Aug-2010 13:41
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Hey all - just to confirm yes we seem to be having issues with our Broadband service, we're currently investigating and will let you know as soon as we have any updates.

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  Reply # 362977 4-Aug-2010 13:47
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When I went home for lunch about an hour ago my Telecom ADSL connection was down (Wellington, near CBD). Apart from an interval of about 30 seconds it was still down when I came back to work.

I tried ringing their 0800 number (you know, to get the "There are no reported problems" message) but that appeared to be offline as well.


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