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Topic # 22744 6-Jun-2008 20:11
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When I called Xnet on tuesday to get my VFX line changed over to Asterisk, I was told it would be two days and I would reveieve an email then.

On thursday I gave them a call, to ask them why I hadnt recieved an email. Was told that it would happen today. Gave them a call this afternoon to ask why it hadnt happened by now. was told the personwould get back to me within the hour. After an hour and a bit I called back as I really want this done before the weekend. was greeted by a person who didnt seem to want to talk, he said to me that someone would call back by the end of today.

I havnt had a call yet, and its past 8pm meaning that Xnet is closed, so I wont be able to get it for the weekend.

Has anyone else had similar problems with changing to asterisk?




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  Reply # 136163 7-Jun-2008 10:17
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Can you send me your details please




Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink

             

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  Reply # 136258 7-Jun-2008 17:45
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Hi,

We did process the oreder but it appears the email details we had for you were incorrect, I have forwarded off the emails to the email address you pm'd me, sorry about the delay had to do a PC rebuild this afternoon   @#$%$%%% microsoft @#$%% updates &*(*(( Laughing




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  Reply # 136302 7-Jun-2008 21:22
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^linux ftw :P



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  Reply # 136312 7-Jun-2008 22:01
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Thanks Maverick,

Its great to know that Xnet are always there to fix things.




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