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Topic # 66484 19-Aug-2010 23:42
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So far tonight, I have tested this on my laptop on the modem on wired and wireless and through my router on wired and wireless, and on mums pc wired to the modem, both have extremely slow connections for some reason tonight. my mate also who lives about 2 streets down from me, is also having slow connections and the connection dropped out a few times while I was playing xbox with him at his place earlier. We live in Wattle Downs, Auckland. Has any one else noticed this tonight/today? or is it just me/wattle downs?




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  Reply # 370086 19-Aug-2010 23:54
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Xtra? - could probably be due to congestion at the exchange. give Xtra helpdesk a ring tomorrow if its still slow..




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  Reply # 370087 19-Aug-2010 23:58
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what kind of speeds are you getting via speedtest.net?

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