[update] The site has now been fixed:
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Update on the Vodafone bestmate glitch/bug/exploit
Vodafone NZ Best Mate Exploit Discovered
Comment by bradstewart, on 19-Sep-2007 18:22
More blunder as is to be expected with Vodafone.
Comment by Mike, on 19-Sep-2007 19:39
Updated now, any other errors or exploits feel free to email me direct.
Screen shot of previous information is here
Comment by TinyTim, on 19-Sep-2007 20:25
do they not run GPRS at 1800?
Comment by sbiddle, on 19-Sep-2007 20:36
It's not just 1800 GPRS it's 1800MHz voice as well.
Comment by bradstewart, on 20-Sep-2007 11:35
The page has been updated yet again to reflect 1800MHz info. LOL
Comment by sbiddle, on 20-Sep-2007 15:47
What about their 900MHz WCDMA network? I hear there are a handful of cells already available for testing purposes! :-)
Personally I would have used the word "at" rather than "on" to describe the frequency.
A 2G GSM voice network on 900/1800MHz (almost every GSM mobile should work on these frequencies) A 2G GPRS data network on 900/1800MHz A 3G UMTS data network for voice, Video Calls and data on 2100MHz A 3G HSDPA network on 2100MHz
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