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Topic # 31959 6-Apr-2009 18:49
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Hi everyone, is that only me or someone else too.... I'm still on old DSL plan (had to roll back from DSL2... but that's another story...) and the last week or so everything is running so sloooow. Overseas pages are hopeless all day, NZ sites are ok(ish) outside of peak hours...


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  Reply # 205627 6-Apr-2009 19:56
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Just last couple of days at peak it was like dial up.

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  Reply # 205631 6-Apr-2009 20:11
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It's all Slingshot,  I called the helpdesk yesterday and got a call back today about the issue.

Call the helpdesk 0800892000 and try and get the fault logged as the more tickets they get the quicker they can sort the problem.  National sites are fine, international sites are failing.



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  Reply # 205645 6-Apr-2009 21:00
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+1 me too! i'm going back to xtra at the end of the term as they're refusing to let me go without the $90 fee.




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  Reply # 205651 6-Apr-2009 21:29
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SS is sinking deeper and deeper... used to recommend them to my friends, but not anymore...
switch to xtra??!!  that would be the last thing...  I'm thinking of Orcon...

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  Reply # 205653 6-Apr-2009 21:30
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Looks like someone has sorted it out.  http://burnurl.com/jH1qjD

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