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  Reply # 584139 20-Feb-2012 19:56 Send private message

freitasm: I'm saying exactly what you are saying, in other words.



Really, same SIM, same location, very different result doesn't seem like a network provider capability statement to me?  

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  Reply # 584142 20-Feb-2012 19:58 Send private message

Was this HTC Trophy supplied by Vodafone or parallel imported? Are all handsets using the same APN?




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  Reply # 584143 20-Feb-2012 20:01 Send private message

Both the Ray and Trophy are Vodafone supplied. Same APN settings as per the supplier. I probably should have excluded the XT reference measure, I think that just confused the issue.

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  Reply # 584157 20-Feb-2012 20:33 Send private message

lyonrouge:
freitasm: I'm saying exactly what you are saying, in other words.



Really, same SIM, same location, very different result doesn't seem like a network provider capability statement to me?  


2 inches to the left is *not* the same location, especialy with the vf network (in -my- experience).  perhaps you could perform all of the tests somewhere where you get a solid 5 bars no matter where you place the phone.




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  Reply # 584164 20-Feb-2012 20:46 Send private message

lyonrouge: Can you put that same SIM in anther phone (2Degrees packet data performance reports I've heard are quite good, so you maybe enjoying network performance over handset).



i've not got another phone to stick it in, well not one with wifi sharing, so i used my 2d huawei personal wifi device and got pretty similar results:


huawei 2d personal wifi



EDIT: well similar enough for download, for upload the wp7 device gave a much higher result...   




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  Reply # 584324 21-Feb-2012 08:45 Send private message

Cheers, I'll start a new thread with some comparisons through the day

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