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Topic # 112753 19-Dec-2012 09:55
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Information here, hotspot locations here.

Just select the network, enter the details requested inc your phone number, they'll txt you a code, enter it and you're off :)




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  Reply # 734794 19-Dec-2012 10:23
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And don't you love how the new store finder?  And they added in just a new tab to connect the relevant payphones if they have WiFi on them or not.  All leveraged using Google Fusion Tables :)

Feel pretty proud that I managed to get that one off the ground and pointing the digital folks in the right direction on the right way to map the data.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 734796 19-Dec-2012 10:24
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freitasm: Yes, saw this yesterday. Nothing in Hawkes Bay though.


But there is going to be a COW in Waimarama this summer... Which I am pretty happy about.

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  Reply # 734807 19-Dec-2012 10:39
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Nothing in Hibiscus coast either... there goes plans of sitting on the beach with the tablet :)




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  Reply # 734811 19-Dec-2012 10:41
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Put the device down, step away, and go spend time with your family away from technology. It's handy to know there's a hotspot in Wanaka so I can look for information about bush walks and such on my tablet, catch up with the news occasionally, etc.




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