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Master Geek
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Topic # 136428 26-Nov-2013 23:01 Send private message

Hey all. I live in cambridge and have just noticed that my mobile network is dead. No 2degrees or vodafone. My brother can get 1 bar on telecom probably from the tower past kaipaki. Also one person I spoke to here cant get broadband. Anyone else in cambridge having the same problem or know whats happening? Cheers

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 941385 27-Nov-2013 00:03 Send private message

Think they are overlaying a 312 fibre along the new cambridge expressway between hamilton and cambridge so obviously fibre has beem cut to be reapliced



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 941468 27-Nov-2013 08:57 Send private message

Thanks for that, but i wouldnt have thought they would do that in the middle of the night?

 

 



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  Reply # 941472 27-Nov-2013 09:02 Send private message

Azzaw1980: Thanks for that, but i wouldnt have thought they would do that in the middle of the night?


That is the best time to do the work

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  Reply # 941477 27-Nov-2013 09:11 Send private message

Azzaw1980: Thanks for that, but i wouldnt have thought they would do that in the middle of the night?


It's likely to have the least effect at that time - I'd hope it would be done then.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 941483 27-Nov-2013 09:16 Send private message

Yup my internet went off about 10pm, no DSL Signal (Snap) and phone (Telecom).



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 941662 27-Nov-2013 11:57 Send private message

Thanks guys,  its funny how it only upset people with DSL and not fibre internet connections (we have fibre and had no problem while the signal was out).  But its certainly given me some insight,.

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