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Topic # 68373 20-Sep-2010 16:32
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Hello.

We've been having a problem all day with our telephone line.  The line rings up to 20 times before dropping off.  If the answer machine answers then it drops immediatly and then redials, if you answer it then it carries on ringing in the headset.  It was happening progressively more during the course of the day until about an hour ago where we lost the dial tone completely.  Changed the phone over to a corded and still no dial tone or power.  Strangely enough though our internet is completely unaffected.

We're on the Birkenhead exchange, North Shore, Auckland, is this isolated or happening to others?

Cheers.

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  Reply # 382368 20-Sep-2010 17:03
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Have you rung Telecom faults from another phone?

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  Reply # 382613 21-Sep-2010 11:08
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keewee01: Have you rung Telecom faults from another phone?


what he said .... its only 3 numbers ..... 1   2   0




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  Reply # 382704 21-Sep-2010 14:45
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matt45:
keewee01: Have you rung Telecom faults from another phone?


what he said .... its only 3 numbers ..... 1   2   0


isnt it 123? 





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Reply # 382711 21-Sep-2010 14:56
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Faults = 120

Customer Service = 123

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  Reply # 382723 21-Sep-2010 15:14
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minigopher17: Faults = 120

Customer Service = 123

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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh right.

i SO knew that  





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