any dodo dial up users getting alot of busy signals?

Discussion in 'Computing' started by cd, Jun 17, 2004.

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    cd Guest

    Dodo service has either gone really bad, or i have a problem on my end. Dodo
    just gives me a busy signal %70 of the time as if they are too overloaded
    with users.
    cd, Jun 17, 2004
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    SteveS Guest

    Did on the weekend, OK since then. We are in North MLB
    SteveS, Jun 17, 2004
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    Uncle Bully Guest

    What's dial up?
    Uncle Bully, Jun 17, 2004
  4. Nope, no problems at all and I've been on most every day for the better
    part of the day. Eastern Melbourne suburbs.
    Stephen Brooker, Jun 18, 2004
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    Peter Bird Guest

    I lasted just two days with dodo for exactly that reason.Every time I
    dialled up I got the engaged signal.
    Too many users, not enough modems.
    Sadly in this world, you get what you pay for, unless you're with telstra,
    and then you only get half of what you pay for...
    Cough up the extra and go broadband. Waitin' to get online with dialup just
    gives anyone the prunes....
    Peter Bird, Jun 18, 2004
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    DalienX Guest

    ahh its some primitive system where users have to use their phonelines
    to ring up their isp wich then connects them to the internet, its
    incredably slow and unreliable. and it just magicly hangs up now and
    then for no apperant reason forcing them to dial in again (more money)
    DalienX, Jun 18, 2004
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    DalienX Guest

    To the tune of dodos add jingle, Dalienx sings : Dodo, dodo, internet
    that sucks...
    DalienX, Jun 18, 2004
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    Clockmeister Guest

    I never suffered those problems with dial-up although I'd never go back
    Clockmeister, Jun 18, 2004
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    SteveS Guest

    Would if we could but can't get broadband. Too far in the country where we
    are staying right now. Do have it still connected in my Brisbane house but
    it is not being used.

    Life as a nomad does have its downs with slow dialup.

    Roll on WiFi to the outer suburbs of the cities and country towns. it won't
    happen soon enough.

    SteveS, Jun 19, 2004
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