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Topic # 80266 29-Mar-2011 21:48 Send private message

Now I can get a good fix of coffee from www.redcherrycoffee.co.nz and surf the web on my N8 at the same time with Vodafones new cell site accross the road :)
Oh, except now my wife will know I'm there: www.google.com/latitude :(


 




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  Reply # 453301 29-Mar-2011 22:16 Send private message

Latitude is evil for that :P




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  Reply # 453367 30-Mar-2011 08:39

I have no idea where that is, but is that in an urban or rural area? Just asking because it looks a fair bit taller than most cities allow.

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  Reply # 453368 30-Mar-2011 08:39

I have no idea where that is, but is that in an urban or rural area? Just asking because it looks a fair bit taller than most cities allow.

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  Reply # 453422 30-Mar-2011 11:01 Send private message

SteveON: I have no idea where that is, but is that in an urban or rural area? Just asking because it looks a fair bit taller than most cities allow.


After looking at the cafe website, it's based on SH1 in Cambridge, so very much rural.




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  Reply # 453434 30-Mar-2011 11:31 Send private message

Yes Vodafone has deployed new U900 coverage to this location

Glad you like it






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  Reply # 453536 30-Mar-2011 16:43 Send private message

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SteveON: I have no idea where that is, but is that in an urban or rural area? Just asking because it looks a fair bit taller than most cities allow.


After looking at the cafe website, it's based on SH1 in Cambridge, so very much rural.

Correct, it is rural, but does not look overly taller than normal.

Seems to have helped with coverage a little on SH 1B heading out of Cambridge too :)
   




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  Reply # 454218 1-Apr-2011 14:36 Send private message

johnr: Yes Vodafone has deployed new U900 coverage to this location

Glad you like it

Has there been any other cellsites or upgrades recently in this area? Is the Karapiro site still 2100?
Reason, there is improvement on SH1B North of Cambridge, but a check on the cell ID, it is not this above site.
  




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