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Master Geek
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Topic # 114094 7-Feb-2013 22:21 Send private message

Hey Guys 

I just recently acquired a Dual Carrier Note 2 and i was wondering if there is any idea of when DC-HSPA is coming to Palmerston North. I apologise if it is already here i must just be standing in the wrong places lol. I think the faster speeds will be cool especially cause i have habit of watching youtube videos a lot when i am on my breaks.

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  Reply # 757153 7-Feb-2013 22:24 Send private message

Some parts of PN already have Dual carrier and more sites around NZ are coming online everyday

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/speedy-network/

You don't need DC to watch Youtube videos this still can be done on Single carrier handset



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  Reply # 757161 7-Feb-2013 22:43 Send private message

Ok that's cool I manage to get H on my phone not H+ it probably because im not in the right area but I have had a look right in the city centre and nothing

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