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NealR
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  #931104 11-Nov-2013 23:11
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Don't worry. We won't be sending out texts at 3am




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  #931105 11-Nov-2013 23:11
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kawaii:
tardtasticx: 5 minutes people :P


Wonder which lucky ones will get it within minutes?


I'm in around the area close to the old CIT building - haven't seen anything happen yet when it comes to 4G coverage, i guess it is only being switched on for those close near the Wellington CBD.


Yeah I'm out in South Auckland. We don't get DC coverage so I doubt I'll see it tonight but maybe tomorrow in town I might. 




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  #931116 12-Nov-2013 00:06
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Wow. That coverage map in Auckland is damn impressive. It seems like it covers nearly every area surrounding me, except for my place! Of course :) but bravo Telecom, if your network really is that large on day 1 then I'm impressed.




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  #931117 12-Nov-2013 00:07
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Just switched on for me.

15Mb down, 10Mb up but that's with 1 bar. Think I live right on the edge of a 4G site.

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  #931120 12-Nov-2013 00:14
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Alive! :)




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  #931122 12-Nov-2013 00:25
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NealR: Alive! :)


Is there a coverage map up yet?




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  #931123 12-Nov-2013 00:27
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Yes, and I am actually in it, unlike vodafones one.




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  #931124 12-Nov-2013 00:28
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kawaii:
NealR: Alive! :)


Is there a coverage map up yet?


http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/mobile/overview/4gupgrade/

Takes a bit to get to as the old one is still up as well

Edit: Made URL clickable, just to be polite :P




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  #931126 12-Nov-2013 00:31
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Coverage maps will be up by the morning.




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  #931127 12-Nov-2013 00:31
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47.84 down, 27.24 up, Northcote Point, Auckland, iPhone 5S, 3 bars

Funny, my iPad Air says LTE, my iPhone 5s says 4G on the display. I wonder why the difference?

Edit: update: consistently greeting 53 down, 31 up, iPhone 5s, 3 bars.

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  #931128 12-Nov-2013 00:33
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In the mean time you can find coverage maps on the 4G upgrade page


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  #931140 12-Nov-2013 00:45
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Quick tip, if you test your speed and get say 40 meg down and 30 meg up, it might pay to check your usage because you probably just used up 70 meg of your allowance!

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  #931141 12-Nov-2013 00:55
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I got 65Mb/s down 19Mb/s up in Te Atatu South. Only did one test as I don't want to burn thru all my data.

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  #931142 12-Nov-2013 01:17
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Awesome work from Telecom, much better coverage than Vodafone, at least so far. Getting good signal at home.

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  #931144 12-Nov-2013 01:33
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You should 'Accidentally' enable it for Skinny customers ;)

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