News : Services Now Back Up After Auckland Outage, Says Vodafone
Auckland, New Zealand, May 20, 2016 -- Vodafone says it has restored services to Auckland's CBD, west Auckland and Northland after they were affected by an outage on Friday afternoon.
Spokeswoman Elissa Downey said the fault meant customers could have experienced an "intermittent loss" of both their voice and data service.
She said at 5.30pm that Vodafone had fully fixed the fault.
However, Vodafone's call centre was still experiencing long wait times as result of the problems, she said.
Downey had earlier apologised for the issues.
Some Vodafone customers reported being unable to get a signal during the outage.
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Published: Monday, May 23, 2016