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  Reply # 1066563 16-Jun-2014 12:11
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Hold your horses research 700MHz LTE cat ?

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  Reply # 1078568 2-Jul-2014 12:41
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Any ETA on this for iPhones yet?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1087330 11-Jul-2014 16:52
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livisun: Any ETA on this for iPhones yet?


+1, how long does it take to update a Carrier Profile?

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  Reply # 1087339 11-Jul-2014 17:14
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I think 4G might be live for all now, according to their website.

"We've got you covered in 97% of places that Kiwis live and work, and we're powered by the Telecom Smartphone network so now have 4G in some places as well"

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  Reply # 1087346 11-Jul-2014 17:31
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code15: I think 4G might be live for all now, according to their website.

"We've got you covered in 97% of places that Kiwis live and work, and we're powered by the Telecom Smartphone network so now have 4G in some places as well"


Yeah, its been live for several weeks :P Not sure about iPhones yet though

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  Reply # 1087368 11-Jul-2014 17:58
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iPhone needs a carrier bundle update (OTA) to enable 4G

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  Reply # 1087405 11-Jul-2014 18:51
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code15: I think 4G might be live for all now, according to their website.

"We've got you covered in 97% of places that Kiwis live and work, and we're powered by the Telecom Smartphone network so now have 4G in some places as well"


Yeah, its been live for several weeks :P Not sure about iPhones yet though


Well that's a bit misleading, was just about to port over!


Edit: anyone know if it's still possible to install a custom carrier bundle with updated network modes?

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Not misleading at all as they never sold the iPhone.




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  Reply # 1087421 11-Jul-2014 19:12
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richms: Not misleading at all as they never sold the iPhone.

Um...

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  Reply # 1087424 11-Jul-2014 19:13
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Ah crap. I was looking at their range in store. Well in that case get your act together skinny!




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  Reply # 1087435 11-Jul-2014 19:24
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Even if they didn't sell the iPhone, it's still misleading. They advertise as running on telecom's network.

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code15: Even if they didn't sell the iPhone, it's still misleading. They advertise as running on telecom's network.


I agree, I don't see why it has taken so long to get the carrier update done, 

 

BTW I believe Skinny are not an official seller of iPhones, But being owned by Telecom they just sell the ones Telecom has, And telecom could make a settings bundle for them

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Managed to finally get a data sim in Dunedin today with the 10GB pack and pretty impressed with the 4G speeds - The upload was a bit slower compared to some other tests, but not too worried about that! 





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  Reply # 1096186 26-Jul-2014 15:43
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Any update on iPhones?

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  Reply # 1109628 16-Aug-2014 19:45
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+1 for the iPhone update

I see they've stopped advertising 4G on their website now. Sigh...

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