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Topic # 76217 30-Jan-2011 21:33 Send private message

Is anyone using a Samsung GT-i9000 Galaxy S on 2degrees? If so, what's the experience like?




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  Reply # 432950 30-Jan-2011 21:36 Send private message

Is will be like any other smart phone on 2D, Telecom NZ, Vodafone NZ

Can make phone calls, Send SMS and use packet switch data such as the internet and MMS






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  Reply # 432956 30-Jan-2011 21:48 Send private message

Thanks johnr, but I'm actually looking for responses from people who have the phone and are with 2degrees, cheers anyway man.




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  Reply # 432957 30-Jan-2011 21:49 Send private message

use the vodafone i9000 on 2d and vodafone, and the telecom i9000 for telecom.

as per johnr, no different to any smartphone on all networks, do the usual, call, text, internet




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  Reply # 433010 31-Jan-2011 06:54 Send private message

Works fine on 2degrees.The phones features are supported by NZ mobile providers.
You would have to set the APN for data and MMS to work of course.

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  Reply # 433016 31-Jan-2011 07:08

Sim card costs $5...
And As johnr says... I think 2degrees have a special teleport feature which saves you hundreds on transportation costs every year.


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  Reply # 433075 31-Jan-2011 10:31 Send private message

My GT-i9000 runs Froyo, and performs very well on 2 Degrees in both urban and rural environments.

I use a lot of data services, as well as calling.

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  Reply # 433108 31-Jan-2011 11:20 Send private message

I have no problems with my i9000 on 2Degrees and I use calls, texts and a fair amount of data (1gb a month)




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  Reply # 433126 31-Jan-2011 11:43 Send private message

Speed Test

Here's my speedtest over 2Degrees @ work. I am in a concrete building that kills signal so I'm lucky to be getting 2 bars of HSDPA.




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  Reply # 433132 31-Jan-2011 11:51 Send private message

Thanks folks, some helpful posts there. I'm pretty keen on getting this phone, is there any word on the next iteration of this model?




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  Reply # 433133 31-Jan-2011 11:53 Send private message

Yes there will be an announcement at Mobile World Congress in Feb




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  Reply # 433274 31-Jan-2011 16:15 Send private message

good stuff, I will wait :)




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