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cws82us

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#29057 21-Dec-2008 10:20
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What's up with Xnet down ones more getting sick of this using iPhone and cannot access there website too




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  #185431 21-Dec-2008 10:24
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Yes, down again (10:15am Sunday)...

I fully acknowledge I pay peanuts for less than stellar service, but they're not even bringing table stakes recently.

Frustrating that my Go Large connection is more reliable and usually faster than Xnet.

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  #185433 21-Dec-2008 10:40
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Looks like the same deal as earlier in the week.
This is starting to get beyond frustrating.

 
 
 
 


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  #185437 21-Dec-2008 10:43

My DSL just came back up. Short outages but far to frequent..

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#185439 21-Dec-2008 10:43
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Even I'm starting to lose patience now. Undecided




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  #185440 21-Dec-2008 10:44
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their website has just come back online. assuming it's on the same network, that should mean the rest of the network will be back up soon...???

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  #185442 21-Dec-2008 10:51
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Yes just come back my dsl line and inernet back up and running




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  #185443 21-Dec-2008 10:52
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Outages are getting to frequent. Maybe it's going to require any people ringing and trying to find out some answers. The CSRs no longer post here which is dissapointing. I want to know why it's happening and when it'll stop.

 
 
 
 


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  #185445 21-Dec-2008 10:54
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Out and back in Hamilton too.

I think Xnet should get a text service so we can SMS them every time the service goes down.

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  #185446 21-Dec-2008 10:54
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Mine is still down. (Johnsonville Wellington). I am have been very patient with my unstable connection with no resolution (nearly a year and still nto fixed) but all these outages are strarting to really get to me. In addition I have I get untold flak from the wife because we have no phone or internet. The wife is scarier than anything else :)

I would be changing ISP and going back to xtra if I didnt have to pay some exorbitant amount of money for them to reconnect me.

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  #185450 21-Dec-2008 11:00
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It's a hassle that the backup dialup account obviously uses the same authentication system or some other common element so that it can't be used to check on the status. At least these last few times their phone numbers were still reachable, though they had no outage message.

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  #185453 21-Dec-2008 11:04
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still  nothing on there website about anythink about the outage




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  #185457 21-Dec-2008 11:07
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Wish I could still use the dialup, stupid nDSL account :(
Looks more and more likely I'll be switching to another nDSL provider next month




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  #185460 21-Dec-2008 11:16
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i have 2 connections with them. the one in newton auckland has come back online. but the one in botany (which is a retail store trading on the busiest day of the year) is still offline. sort it out XNET.

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  #185464 21-Dec-2008 11:45
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Xnet must have run out of peanuts by now quite obviously !

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  #185469 21-Dec-2008 12:43
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Nickh1976: i have 2 connections with them. the one in newton auckland has come back online. but the one in botany (which is a retail store trading on the busiest day of the year) is still offline. sort it out XNET.


I can't let this slide...

You have a busy retail shop and you have their connectivity through a budget provider with a recent history of outages?

That's just not responsible I'm afraid... I only use them for home use, and even there I have a backup connection that I can now switch to by doubleclicking on a desktop shortcut.

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