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# 204874 21-Oct-2016 09:48
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Anyone experiencing any outages at the moment? 2 nights back mine was out for over 12 hours and last night it went down sometime between bed time (11:00) and 4:30 am when I got up to the baby. a colleague of mine with a different provider also had an outage last night.


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  # 1655625 21-Oct-2016 11:59
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Who are you with?
Who is your friend with?
Where are you in the country?

All useful information to help diagnose the issue.







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  # 1655764 21-Oct-2016 14:53
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My Reseller ISP is 2talk, Lower Hutt region my friend is on Vodafone Whitby


 
 
 
 


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  # 1655885 21-Oct-2016 17:00
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No issues on my 2talk connection in Wellington. My guess is something going on locally where you are. Maybe some planned work, or maybe just someone making a mistake.

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  # 1655890 21-Oct-2016 17:09
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I haven't heard of any issues with Chorus upgrades. But if it keeps on happening I suggest you log a fault with your provider.







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  # 1655986 21-Oct-2016 21:57
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Thanks everyone, it must be just bad luck. No problems at all with it until just recently.




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  # 1657735 25-Oct-2016 21:15
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Hmmm, apparently I went over my 100GB for the month so my account was suspended, except when I looked at my data usage according to their dashboard is was barely half that data amount. The one thing that was used a lot recently was snapfish, does anyone know if that is data intensive? I am back on now so far so good but I will be closely monitoring the situation


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