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Topic # 37534 14-Jul-2009 20:31 Send private message

As the subject line states.

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  Reply # 235344 14-Jul-2009 20:39 Send private message

I beleive they do. A few people who have been roaming on 2degree's have reported this in the past on Geekzone.

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  Reply # 235351 14-Jul-2009 20:55 Send private message

Thanks

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Reply # 235356 14-Jul-2009 21:03 Send private message

I don't remember reading this around here.




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  Reply # 235365 14-Jul-2009 21:25 Send private message

ahh and a very good question!!!!!! EDGE would give the many of the 2G users much better performance with no device upgrade required but remember will be only active on the 2Deg network and not whilst roaming out of town on Vodafone.

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  Reply # 235425 14-Jul-2009 23:26 Send private message

that's a shame, EDGE is something I'd probably want while roaming off network on Vodafone

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  Reply # 235426 14-Jul-2009 23:26 Send private message

that's a shame, EDGE is something I'd probably want while roaming off network on Vodafone

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  Reply # 235549 15-Jul-2009 11:03 Send private message

Based on the number of 2degrees sites I have seen go in, I dont think that I will ever be roaming off network if I move to them.




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  Reply # 235625 15-Jul-2009 13:15 Send private message

How much faster is EDGE compared to GPRS?




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  Reply # 235632 15-Jul-2009 13:25 Send private message

ahmad: How much faster is EDGE compared to GPRS?


You can find out about it at the Source of All Knowledge: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enhanced_Data_Rates_for_GSM_Evolution




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  Reply # 238184 23-Jul-2009 11:24 Send private message

Yip - GPRS and EDGE at launch.

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  Reply # 238200 23-Jul-2009 11:59 Send private message

hmmm be interesting as to how pricing compares to vodafone.

If they have anything like $10 for 100mb and decent call plans ill be off like a flash!





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  Reply # 238219 23-Jul-2009 12:47 Send private message

2degrees: Yip - GPRS and EDGE at launch.

cheers!
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Hi could you please clarify this?

I presume this is only on your own network, and not (as I will be doing in Dunedin) "roaming" on Vodafone?

Thanks.




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  Reply # 238226 23-Jul-2009 13:06 Send private message

It wouldn't be possible as Vodafone don't have a network that delivers EDGE.




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  Reply # 238229 23-Jul-2009 13:10 Send private message

paulspain: It wouldn't be possible as Vodafone don't have a network that delivers EDGE.

I understand this, but perhaps someone at 2 Degrees knows more than we do about their plans. They probably do.




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