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Topic # 101349 29-Apr-2012 22:48
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This may be a dumb question, but searching doesn't seem to have delivered me an answer. In 2Degrees own coverage areas, is 3G deployed on 2100Mhz only?

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  Reply # 617173 29-Apr-2012 23:15

Usually but they may have 3g 900mhz in the mix too. Depends on population density.



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  Reply # 617231 30-Apr-2012 09:06
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Anyone able to comment for sure?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 617235 30-Apr-2012 09:11
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Yes 2D have deployed 3G on 2100Mhz and some places do have 3G 900Mhz but not sure where,

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  Reply # 617243 30-Apr-2012 09:22
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johnr: Yes 2D have deployed 3G on 2100Mhz and some places do have 3G 900Mhz but not sure where,


Mostly in the new towns but eventually it will be more widely deployed in Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch too.




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  Reply # 617268 30-Apr-2012 09:58
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You'll get 3G on 900MHz in our new build areas (other than Akl, Wgtn, Chch and QT) but as SaltyNZ says we'll be deploying it on new builds in these areas in the future.

http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/mobilebroadband/broadbandzones

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  Reply # 617288 30-Apr-2012 10:28
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Thanks guys. Question answered.

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  Reply # 617614 30-Apr-2012 20:01
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2DegreesCare: You'll get 3G on 900MHz in our new build areas (other than Akl, Wgtn, Chch and QT) but as SaltyNZ says we'll be deploying it on new builds in these areas in the future.

http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/mobilebroadband/broadbandzones

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I hope it's soon! in building coverage is horrible at my house, and of course that's the only thing in the world that matters :P





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