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Topic # 160529 10-Jan-2015 00:48
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Hi there,

Just wondering if anyone knows an ETA for Skinny 4g in Hamilton?
When that comes on stream, I'll sign up based on current offerings.

Thanks,

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  Reply # 1211479 10-Jan-2015 00:50
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Skinny uses the Spark network, so when ever Spark has it, Skinny will too

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  Reply # 1211499 10-Jan-2015 08:44
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And Spark has had 4G in Hamilton for quite a while now, along with a large build out of band 28 700Mhz 4G.


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  Reply # 1211502 10-Jan-2015 08:49
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You can see coverage here by selecting "4G 700".

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  Reply # 1211528 10-Jan-2015 10:52
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Might be worth adding that 4G on 700mhz is going to be useless to you unless you have one of a handful of newer handsets (HTC One M8, iPhone 6, Xperia Z3 for example).

The 1800mhz 4G coverage footprint in hamilton i believe is still quite low. This is curious because vodafone and 2degrees have covered most of the city with 4G on 1800mhz.

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