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Topic # 30278 3-Feb-2009 16:14
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What cellphone do you have and how many reception bars do you have when you walk into an elevator and the doors close and you start to go up or down?
 
I had 4 out of 5 bars which was great and i received a call aswell and the call didn't drop. i have a nokia cellphone(forgot the model number). i was using an elevator in queen street in auckland and i went up from ground to 4th floor.

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Reply # 193727 3-Feb-2009 16:20
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All lifts would be different depending on location and how close you are to the cell down to how thick the lift walls are!!

and is the lift going underground

What about the lift in the sky tower?

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  Reply # 193996 4-Feb-2009 14:08
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i haven't tried the sky tower lift with my cellphone. have you john?

johnr: All lifts would be different depending on location and how close you are to the cell down to how thick the lift walls are!!

and is the lift going underground

What about the lift in the sky tower?

John

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  Reply # 194053 4-Feb-2009 16:32
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richgamer: i haven't tried the sky tower lift with my cellphone. have you john?

johnr: All lifts would be different depending on location and how close you are to the cell down to how thick the lift walls are!!

and is the lift going underground

What about the lift in the sky tower?

John


Yes and it works fine

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  Reply # 194140 4-Feb-2009 22:43
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johnr:
richgamer: i haven't tried the sky tower lift with my cellphone. have you john?

johnr: All lifts would be different depending on location and how close you are to the cell down to how thick the lift walls are!!

and is the lift going underground

What about the lift in the sky tower?

John


Yes and it works fine



Why why why must you continually quote. My SE works fine in lifts.

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