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tao

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  #117252 17-Mar-2008 22:08
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It is still slow today. Tested download speed around 120kbps. Any updates?
Tao

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Wannabe Geek


  #117255 17-Mar-2008 23:06
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Same here for the last 10 days, and have a number of site with weird loading behaviour...

If it isn't fixed in the next 3 days, I am off to go elsewhere, namely Iconz, and happy to pay more too. What a disgrace!! (BTW, I have already talked to them and yesterday, they still didn't sound like they knew what was really causing this with NZ traffic, which is what happens to me as often as with overseas traffic!)

 
 
 
 


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  #117270 18-Mar-2008 07:29
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my nz traffic and the rest of the world sweet as with orcon. Just when it use the telstra thingi in sydney that its stuff and orcon can't do anything about that. Aussies don't care to much about our slow as interweb.

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  #117276 18-Mar-2008 08:33
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My Orcon Intl traffic is fine and has been since the issue the other week..




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  #117341 18-Mar-2008 15:47
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Ok, I had a call from orcon today that my issues have been solved, rebooted the modem and she is flying again! Good on ya orcon.

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