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Topic # 154406 27-Oct-2014 08:41
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Nothing important just wondering why my wife's skinny iphone says SPARK NZT ;p

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  Reply # 1162811 27-Oct-2014 10:37
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My iPhone 5s on Spark, not Skinny says that too intermittently. Started about 10 days ago.

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  Reply # 1162817 27-Oct-2014 10:47
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  Reply # 1163011 27-Oct-2014 15:29
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Yep getting that on my spark ipad also



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  Reply # 1163025 27-Oct-2014 16:03
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Can't shake telecom off eh

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  Reply # 1163028 27-Oct-2014 16:09
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You think thats strange, mine says Vodafone???



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  Reply # 1163040 27-Oct-2014 16:25
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Are u skinny

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  Reply # 1163124 27-Oct-2014 19:06
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I've noticed when on 4G it shows "Spark NZT" and goes back to "Skinny" when it switches back to 3G on an iPhone 5S.

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  Reply # 1163150 27-Oct-2014 20:03
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joker97: Are u skinny


No, Vodafone.



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  Reply # 1163151 27-Oct-2014 20:04
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tritex: I've noticed when on 4G it shows "Spark NZT" and goes back to "Skinny" when it switches back to 3G on an iPhone 5S.


ah, yes that's correct

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  Reply # 1163189 27-Oct-2014 21:30
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Skinny is a subsidiary company of Spark so it roams/uses most of Spark's cellular networks.




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  Reply # 1163206 27-Oct-2014 22:05
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There is something weird with how spark have made that come up.

On my dual sim phones, it says spark in the pull down notification, but when choosing which sim to call out on, its still refered to as telecom. Also on my note in the network selection screen its still telecom, but gets spark on the pulldown.




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