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  Reply # 600993 27-Mar-2012 21:24 Send private message

johnr: Just got to play on the ipad3 here in the office



WOW, who needs LTE if this was possible outside of central auckland.

Are there any new iPad plans coming out with bigger data caps to handle this speed? 

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  Reply # 601014 27-Mar-2012 21:50 Send private message

This is possible outside of central Auckland,

Take a ipad3 into Rural Waikato, Dunedin, Wellington, Chch, Dunedin ETC You would be surprised how many Dual carrier 43Mbps sites are live they are not all in the middle of Auckland CBD many new RBI sites have this config as well,

edit: add more INFO

Pukekohe Racetrack has this setup as well, Can't remmber them all




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  Reply # 619805 4-May-2012 20:36 Send private message

Finally had the chance to test Matamata central, tho this being in the middle of peak time:





I'll try to do another one tomorrow morning



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