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  Reply # 164870 16-Sep-2008 16:49
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The 09-914 range is TelstraClear




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Reply # 164872 16-Sep-2008 16:54
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cisconz: The 09-914 range is TelstraClear


So is Skype purchasing numbers from TelstraClear? Because Skype are definitely selling them.




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  Reply # 164896 16-Sep-2008 18:49
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That is what the NAD says




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Reply # 165016 17-Sep-2008 09:13
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I'm pleased to say the issue appears to be resolved. I can call my Auckland SkypeIn from my landline now.




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Yes it does seem to be working now, still no reply from Telecom Wholesale or Skype about what the issue was, lots of rumours. Fairly poor service from both parties.

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Reply # 165690 19-Sep-2008 17:43
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I advised the good people at TUANZ about what was going on and I know they got in touch with Telecom about the issue. You can read the story on their Blog at:
http://www.tuanz.org.nz/blog/e379f711-b2b6-4423-9e32-4a8bf9f301db/61413d00-e413-4617-bd8d-35cd04eac646.html




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