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#225475 20-Nov-2017 23:31
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1, Is Skinny's 4G different from Spark'S 4G?

 

2, How fast is 4G on Skinny? Please screenshot. I need to transfer Skinny from Vodafone. Vodafone is so expensive.please give me advise.thanks.


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  #1904930 20-Nov-2017 23:59
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Skinny and spark are the same network.

 

 

 

Grain of salt given my workplace, however for me, data has three main factors.... Consistency, Speed and price. (in that order).

 

Year ago, i saw vodafone take the cake of the lot.

 

 

 

now, I'm pushing my Spark sim harder as generally i hold far less drops down to UTMS. Ontop of this, i tend to sit in solid LTE CA.

 

Nothing against Vodafones network, they still are king at my house and rural areas are one better than the other depending on region.

 

 

 

I have next to no issue hitting 180/40 on CAT6 (2CA) - Pretty sure my device should be able to do CAT9 (3CA) however i'm yet to see this - could be rom based as i'm not running a carrier rom etc...

 

vodafone however, I'm often sitting in the 30-50/20-30 range.

 

 

 

 

 

*Vodafone i test a little more heavily due to having far more plentiful amounts of data. 





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