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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 198775 22-Jul-2016 00:43
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.. turned off my data during certain fights including the main event.

My phone (Nexus 6p) showed restricted access to data ( never seen this before) during a couple of the undercard fights and the main event.

My colleague has a 2D iPhone no issues.B between fights I had no issues

I guess it could be congestion but i have been at bigger events (non pay per view) and never seen this message before.

I wouldn't mind but data is essential for my business and a warning that data may be turned off would be nice :)

Still a good night, and a great uppercut means I am not to worried :D


Has anyone else seen this?
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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1596607 22-Jul-2016 05:35
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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumId=40&topicId=189385

 

Might shed some light, although as JohnR said it could be many things why you get the message.


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  Reply # 1596626 22-Jul-2016 08:03
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Its the Sky buyout effect. You know they said they'd crack down on streamers...




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  Reply # 1596636 22-Jul-2016 08:31
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Dairyxox:

Its the Sky buyout effect. You know they said they'd crack down on streamers...



This was my thinking, but it could have been saturation if a few people were Facebooking the fight

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