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Topic # 242268 18-Oct-2018 15:13
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Is there any RSS or email feed I can tap into for Chorus related broadband outages ? ie: The info thats on https://www.chorus.co.nz/outages

 

Just be easier for work when clients call "my connection is down!" :D I know the above site isn't "realtime" as such but its better than nothing :)





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  Reply # 2110542 18-Oct-2018 15:23
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As an IT Company, you may be able to discuss the Outage portal with chorus.

 

 

 

Alot of their feeds and content is tailored to the RSP rather than IT company





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  Reply # 2110742 19-Oct-2018 07:01
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I'd be keen to see something like this also. UFF have an RSS feed which is handy.


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