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Topic # 105714 9-Jul-2012 11:16
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I have noticed that lately in Kaiapoi & Woodend (North of Christchurch) I am no longer roaming on Vodafone so it would seem 2deg have put in new cell sites lately. Using 900mhz UMTS too which is always appreciated.

I wonder if Bartender could update his NZ Cell Site Info page to reflect recent changes.

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  Reply # 652856 9-Jul-2012 11:57
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+1 to this, or if possible post a link to the tools used to create the maps

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  Reply # 652981 9-Jul-2012 15:22
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hurrah! i now have no need to buy national data on top of my mbb zone data :)





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  Reply # 652984 9-Jul-2012 15:25
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DjShadow: +1 to this, or if possible post a link to the tools used to create the maps

I believe that the data comes from the SMART database (this is an Access file).

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  Reply # 653248 9-Jul-2012 23:23
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Behodar:
DjShadow: +1 to this, or if possible post a link to the tools used to create the maps

I believe that the data comes from the SMART database (this is an Access file).


Yes it comes from there but translating it into a kml file is the idea



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  Reply # 659726 21-Jul-2012 22:16
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Hmm, And now back to roaming on Vodafone in Woodend. I swear I didn't imagine it!

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  Reply # 659730 21-Jul-2012 22:39
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They may have locked the site back down

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