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Topic # 9030 15-Aug-2006 00:57
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MY MAIN CAUSE OF FRUSTRATION IS CAUSED BY DROP OUTS, NO COVERAGE, BAD SPOTS AND NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE FOR NEALLY 4 YEARS.

I EXPERENCE WITH MY NOKIA 6230I ABOUT 3/5 CALLS DROP OUT.  ALSO THERE ARE PARTS AROUND THE AREA YOU GET NO COVERAGE WHAT SO EVA, OUTDOORS, NOTHING.  OTHER NETWORKS IN THE AREA, FOR EXAMPLE OPTUS AND TELSTRA GET ALMOST PERFECT RECEPTION OUTDOORS.  I HAVE RANG VODAFONE ALOT, SAYING THAT THEY SHOULD INVEST SOME MONEY INTO IMPROVING COVERAGE IN THIS EXPANDING AREA. BUT NOTHING.

I WAS DEBATING ON GOING TO THREE NETWORK, BUT WHEN I TRIED SIGNING UP, THEY SAID THAT I DIDNT LIVE IN A BROADBAND ZONE, AND I WAS REFUSED CONNECTION, SO THAT WAS OUT OF THE QUESTION.

I LOOKED INTO OTHER NETWORKS, TELSTRA WAS TOO EXPENSIVE, AND OPTUS DID NOT HAVE ANY GOOD PLANS.  SO I WAS STUCK WITH VODAFONE AU. 

IF ANYONE HAS HAD OTHER SITUATIONS IN REGARDING BAD NETWORK COVERAGE WITH VODAFONE AU, OR ANYOTHER NETWORK IN AUSTRALIA, LIST THEM HERE

THANKS GUYS


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Reply # 43959 15-Aug-2006 03:21
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Reply # 43961 15-Aug-2006 07:47
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OZ is a very big country and no network provides %100 coverage it sounds like you have some coverage alot of people have none

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