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# 77788 22-Feb-2011 14:10
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I'm on 2 degrees (ported number from Vod) - am receiving multiple txts from another 2degrees user and apparently my txts have been received multiple times from a Telecom user...

Anyone else??

Have logged a call with 2Deg but curious if I'm the only one?

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  # 442404 22-Feb-2011 14:16
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You may have heard about the earthquake. It's affecting everyone's capacity at the moment; signaling congestion (mostly locally on sites) causes this.




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  # 442406 22-Feb-2011 14:21
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SaltyNZ: You may have heard about the earthquake. It's affecting everyone's capacity at the moment; signaling congestion (mostly locally on sites) causes this.


Busy mum - no I hadn't heard about another earthquake...

I'm in Lower Hutt and the other people are further up country... 

 
 
 
 


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  # 442407 22-Feb-2011 14:22
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snonoz:
SaltyNZ: You may have heard about the earthquake. It's affecting everyone's capacity at the moment; signaling congestion (mostly locally on sites) causes this.


Busy mum - no I hadn't heard about another earthquake...

I'm in Lower Hutt and the other people are further up country... 


6.3 but only 10km SE of Christchurch and 5km deep, so looking like a lot more damage than September. All the networks (including ours) are going nuts right now.




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  # 442415 22-Feb-2011 14:30
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I have been getting a lot of duplicate messages today, obviously due to the earthquake.
But it also hasn't been limited to today.

Myself and a few other friends on 2degrees have been getting the same thing over the past couple of weeks.
The exact same TXT coming through 3,4, sometimes 6 times.

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  # 442418 22-Feb-2011 14:32
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Has it been reported to customer care?




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  # 442419 22-Feb-2011 14:34
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SaltyNZ: Has it been reported to customer care?


No.

What's the best way to report it?
As I don't want to clog the phones ATM, is there a digital avenue? Email, online form?

 
 
 
 




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  # 442422 22-Feb-2011 14:41
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dontpanic42: I have been getting a lot of duplicate messages today, obviously due to the earthquake.
But it also hasn't been limited to today.

Myself and a few other friends on 2degrees have been getting the same thing over the past couple of weeks.
The exact same TXT coming through 3,4, sometimes 6 times.


It's been happening to me on previous days too (just today was worse but I have an explanation for that at least...)

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  # 442423 22-Feb-2011 14:44
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Generally speaking. start by calling 200 and letting them know. But today, don't bother. :-(




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  # 442432 22-Feb-2011 15:01
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SaltyNZ: Generally speaking. start by calling 200 and letting them know. But today, don't bother. :-(


Thanks SaltyNZ. Much appreciated.
I've actually just logged into "Your 2degrees" and noticed there is a "Log a Problem" area.

I won't even bother with it today. :-(
Will log it there soon.

My thoughts are with everyone affected by the quake.

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  # 442511 22-Feb-2011 19:26
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I've been getting multiple TXT's, and then no text's at all from Vodafone, and also even by texting my own cell phone. 

I assume it's because of the horrific problems in 03 




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  # 442567 22-Feb-2011 21:11
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I've received no texts since about 3pm for obvious reasons. Not complaining, just wondering if they will actually come in at all or will they just be lost forever?

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  # 442576 22-Feb-2011 21:29
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Everything is queued.




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  # 442610 22-Feb-2011 23:03
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Interesting, I can't even text myself, and I'm in Auckland. Same with my fiancee, also in AKL - texts to each other (or ourselves) aren't delivered. Calls are fine.

I'm receiving texts but only from other networks. Replies don't get to them.

I wouldn't be overly worried though in the context of things, although "are you OK?" texts to friends in the Chch area who I've not heard anything from would assumedly also be affected.

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  # 442611 22-Feb-2011 23:10
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Same for me, Auckland too
I can receive txt from my friends from all networks inc 2d voda
And I can send txt, but no one received them yet after 5 hours....... thanks to msn。。。。。
lol not a big worry at the moment
will wait and see

But calls & txt to CHCH should be prioritised




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