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AJ03
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posted 04:27PM
Thu 23rd Dec 2010
Hey,
Just got back from trying to sign up to telstra's ADSL2 only to find out there are "not enough ports available" so I came home and remembered about this site and looked up the new address and seen the closest pit was in fact red just like the few surrounding it.
Now I understand that it means there are no ports available but does that mean ADSL2 is available there but there are two many people using it, Or can I never get adsl2 there at all.
The guy from telstra said I might not be able to receive any Internet at this address so I'm at panic stations.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, AJ.

EDIT: Just seen the "Exchange Talk" section,
Sorry, I guess it helps to scroll.
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Anthony
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posted 11:09PM
Thu 23rd Dec 2010
Hi AJ03,

Sent me an email to info@adsl2exchanges.com.au with your full telephone number and i'll take a look in greater detail for you.

Cheers.
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