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    Default Public service announcement Vodafone is down

    So yeah for those that rely on Vodafone as their provider. Its down until at least tomorrow night according to the radio. No notice from them. Unable to even ring their call center. I mean the call center isn't able to be called even from the telstra land line. So far it's just WA.

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    http://support.vodafone.com.au/artic...rk-Status-Page
    Last edited by DesperatelySeekingSleep; 19-06-2014 at 12:26.

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    I live in vic. And my Vodafone service is fine. Maybe it's just WA?

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    I'm in NSW and haven't noticed anything.

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    Yep just found more info. It's just WA. I am furious. No notice at all. Most people I know solely use them and have no other way of contacting people.

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    We are only lucky we have home internet with telstra

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    My mobile service has just come back up a few minutes ago. Lucky our home WiFi is a different provider!

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    I'm in WA and service is still crapola, dropping out constantly

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    I'm back up but not sure for how long ....

    I can't wait to change providers.

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    I'm in Queensland and I've lost all service... Has been down for about an hour...?

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    I'm in WA and my service is back up. Luckily our wifi is with Telstra.

    Given Vodafone's reputation and the fact that they've been trying to shake it for years now, I can't understand why they wouldn't notify their customers.


 

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