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Topic # 26743 2-Oct-2008 01:15
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Why in the world will Xnet on the network stats page say about vodafone
heres the url
http://www.xnet.co.nz/cgi-bin/status.cgi?id=405
You tell me thats very odd. xnet do not have anythink to do with vodafoen or telecom. Odd whats your guys say post here




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  Reply # 168520 2-Oct-2008 04:48
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They probably have it there to let us that have their VFX phone service know that if we have a problem calling someone who has a Vodafone 3G mobile that our call may get diverted straight to that persons voicemail and its also giving us a solution if we have a Vodafone 3G mobile ourselves and people are having problems calling us.

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  Reply # 168521 2-Oct-2008 04:59
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I think it's always helpful to tell people about these sorts of things, regardless of who the operator is.




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  Reply # 168581 2-Oct-2008 11:33
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Yeah, what they said above :-) My guess is the WxC helpdesk has had a few calls about the issue so they are being clever and putting it out there to try and cut down on the calls they are receiving / answer their customer's questions quicker and easier.

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  Reply # 169060 5-Oct-2008 00:20
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Well, I did the suggested trick to my mobile and SWMBO is impressed that I answer every time now.
So, the suggestion on the WXC site  "Must be a good thing."

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