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  #1000593 7-Mar-2014 10:43
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DS248: Would be good to know future coverage plans, even if only for the next year.
Any likelihood of Vodafone coverage on the Hibiscus Coast in the near future?
About 5 times the population of the Warkworth + Omaha holiday zone already covered


Warkworth and Omaha population swells during Christmas / New years that is why 4G was deployed to these locations,

HBC should start seeing 4G pop up not too far off I suspect, Moving North now Albany is about to go live and was in test yesterday with users on twitter popping up happy 4G was showing up

 
 
 

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  #1000971 7-Mar-2014 19:18
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johnr: Albany is about to go live and was in test yesterday with users on twitter popping up happy 4G was showing up

Until JohnR tripped over the 4G plug :( hehe





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  #1001006 7-Mar-2014 21:11
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jarledb:
That site loads like a slug, but nice map. Only problem is that it does not seem updated. Its been a while since Vodafone opened their 4G in my neighbourhood, and that transmitter is not shown on the map (well it is, but not as a 4G transmitter, if my assumptions are correct about which one it is).


It's like 4kb of text from Freemont CA, the rest is all Google's Fusion Tables/Google Maps, so if it doesn't load fast you must have an average route to Google. The data is raw RSM data, a transmitter can't exist with out a license, so your assumption is probably wrong. What's the tower? Can easily check.

DjShadow: I think that site got updated the other day, noticed a new 2degrees site showing north of the haywoods in the Wellington Region (indicated by the green paddle) 


It automatically updates every Monday night/Tuesday morning from new RSM data.




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