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Master Geek
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Topic # 196137 20-May-2016 15:52
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I'm seconded to a Northland council and we have lost the ability to dial out over landlines to toll numbers and mobile from two of our regional offices.  Can't get any sense out of Vodafone at this point.  Anyone know anything?  Nothing on the Vodafone network status page either.  But we are dead in the water.


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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 1556339 20-May-2016 16:00
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http://i.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/80226698/Vodafone-reports-fault-in-Auckland

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  Reply # 1556343 20-May-2016 16:02
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Mobile data momentarilly stopped working here in palmy just after 3pm, right when I was having my coffee break.



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  Reply # 1556348 20-May-2016 16:07
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This is a fixed line problem - not Mobile.  From what I am now starting to hear, all Northland councils that are on Vodafone's fixed lines are dead in the water.  And it's rates day.  This is a big regional fixed line problem.


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  Reply # 1556350 20-May-2016 16:10
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You can probably blame Sky.




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  Reply # 1556352 20-May-2016 16:13
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Have now been told by a Vodafone person that there is a fault in Auckland affecting most of Northland.  If they had just updated their Network status page, we could have saved a couple of hours chasing our tails on this one.  Not happy.


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