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Topic # 198197 30-Jun-2016 07:15
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Hi. Our Internet is corrupted so I called 2D last nite and they run a test to see what was wrong, it came up twice that dsl cable was faulty, they said they can book chorus but that'll cost me $270 just to callout. that's way too expensive. So I was wondering if anyone can suggest someone to come over to maybe rewire the phone lines and check if there's anything else wrong. I used 5 different jackpoints none working. Cheers.

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  Reply # 1583087 30-Jun-2016 07:27
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Where?




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  Reply # 1583090 30-Jun-2016 07:54
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Te Atatu from the looks of other posts





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  Reply # 1583117 30-Jun-2016 08:49
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nedkelly:

Te Atatu from the looks of other posts



nedkelly:

Te Atatu from the looks of other posts



Sorry. Yes Te Atatu Peninsula

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  Reply # 1583172 30-Jun-2016 10:20
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Coffebaron is your man




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  Reply # 1583331 30-Jun-2016 13:51
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@coffeebaron I just sent you pm mate. cheers


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