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  Reply # 87717 22-Sep-2007 22:58
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This vodem is not a card,,.,.it is a USB device and i'm not sure of the technologyy of it.  But the speed is definetely slow.
I do not have a vodafone...phone.  Only this usb device. I have a feeling I must be in a dead zone or something. 

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  Reply # 87721 23-Sep-2007 00:37
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mimi087: This vodem is not a card,,.,.it is a USB device and i'm not sure of the technologyy of it. But the speed is definetely slow.
I do not have a vodafone...phone. Only this usb device. I have a feeling I must be in a dead zone or something.


It depends on how far you are from their reception. As far as I have seen for now, the whole city limits are covered under 3G Network, but still you will get THE BEST speed if you get 3G+ network which is bit hard around in NZ I supose :D

I am happy with the speed I get with my vodem though :)




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