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Topic # 98452 28-Feb-2012 19:48
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Is Tomizone's services at the Volt apartments going to improve at all? Because I rarely can even connect to it and when I can it's close to dial up speed, unlike the flyer given out advertising its 'Fast internet'.

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  Reply # 588023 28-Feb-2012 21:08
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Have removed my post as it was a bit of an over reaction.

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  Reply # 588402 29-Feb-2012 16:07
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Hi - this is something we are addressing at the moment. In the words of a Cisco CCNE (a network guru), "Volt is one of the hardest Wi-Fi sites I have come across - I've never seen so many Wi-Fi Access Points fighting for space in such an uncontrolled way".

We do have a solution and we hope to have some news in the coming week or so. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 588422 29-Feb-2012 16:30
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Steve you sent me PM but I cannot respond as you dont accept PM's

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