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Topic # 4081 17-May-2005 13:23
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Impress chicks / guys with this new GSM handset!

http://www.sparkfun.com/shop/index.php?shop=1&itemid=416&

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  Reply # 14783 17-May-2005 13:47
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oooo!!! is there a cdma version?

http://spamusement.com/index.php/comics/view/169



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  Reply # 14785 17-May-2005 13:52
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coming soon, but it probably wont work in Vogeltown ;-)




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 14788 17-May-2005 13:56
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that's one of the reasons i live in vogeltown.

now, i have lotsa of work to do..... so,, must *stop mucking around*

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  Reply # 14789 17-May-2005 15:02
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I've just driven past the Island Bay site and noticed what was probably the reason for the extended outage - new panels are now in place on the site.

Maybe they'll now have a few spare panels spare to put on a new site to cover Vogeltown! :-)

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  Reply # 14798 17-May-2005 20:15
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NO!!!
then my employer will be able to ring me after hours...!
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  Reply # 15039 25-May-2005 18:04
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Hey Taniwha, driving home today I noticed a new site going in on SH2 near BP - looked like the current style Vodafone cabinets being put into place under the mast. There are currently about half a dozen new Vodafone sites on the go in Wgtn, there might still be hope of a Vogeltown site yet! :-)

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  Reply # 15040 25-May-2005 18:17
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then i guess i'll just have to move to havelock north.


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  Reply # 15041 25-May-2005 19:09
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Breaker Bay or Houghton Bay are both closer and there are no immediate plans for coverage in either place.

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  Reply # 15086 27-May-2005 17:55
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there is coverage for both netowrks in hav north...

Chatham Islands?




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Reply # 15125 30-May-2005 12:31

Yeh still no coverage here on the Chats.

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  Reply # 15129 30-May-2005 13:57
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any public wifi out in the chats?
i hear nuie have nationwide coverage again.

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  Reply # 15150 30-May-2005 19:22
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sorry Dawne - hit a nerve by the look of it.

Still, it made you post on GeekZone :-) Thats always a good thing.




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  Reply # 15166 31-May-2005 09:27

Hi taniwha, no wifi here yet. hi disenchanted, no nerve hitting here, there are small prices to pay to live in paradise. Our little peice of the world will catch up with you all one day soon, finger crossed.

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  Reply # 15170 31-May-2005 10:55
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Hi Dawne,
So what sort of data speeds do you get over there? Is it just dialup thats available? Do people use Satellite?




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  Reply # 15175 31-May-2005 11:13

Hi ya Dis,
We mainly have dial up at anything between 33.6kbps to 48 kbps. The local schools and Air Chathams have just recently hooked up with satalite but at about $250 a month its out of everyones price range. The local Island trust is looking into setting something up for everyone to use at a reasonable cost, hopefully this all goes to plan.

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