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# 135096 13-Nov-2013 22:02
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Hi, has anyone managed to successfully get 4G up and running on an iPad? I have an iPad mini with a 4G nano sim but am on carrier settings version 15.5 and do not have access to 4G. Any tips? Thanks

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  # 933564 13-Nov-2013 22:24
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Yep, grabbed a prepaid 4G Telecom micro SIM today, dropped it into my iPad "4", and it worked straight away.
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  # 933638 14-Nov-2013 07:51
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Yes the iPads with LTE1800 / Band 3 support work fine on the Telecom 4G network. The APN configuration needs to be setup, as per 'wap.telecom.co.nz'.
[Settings -> Cellular Data -> APN Settings -> APN : wap.telecom.co.nz] - everything else can be left blank.




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  # 933800 14-Nov-2013 12:20
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My iPad Air also works just fine on the Telecom 4G network.

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