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Topic # 201585 25-Aug-2016 15:12
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As an audio nut I noticed this yesterday.

 

It has been a nice surprise in the last few days to be getting wideband audio codec calling in Invercargill between Spark mobile customers.

 

I noticed calls even to Palmerston yesterday were wideband as well. A good 8-10KHz or better.

 

We're probably one of the last towns to get it but it sounds great. So much easier to hear people when half their audio frequencies aren't cut off.


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  Reply # 1618154 27-Aug-2016 00:34
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On mobile? We've had it for a little bit ;)





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  Reply # 1618157 27-Aug-2016 01:30
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What we really need is interconnects between the various carriers so this feature can be even slightly useful in real terms. I call another 2degrees number perhaps 1 in 6 times. The rest are Vodafone and Spark/Skinny.


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  Reply # 1618158 27-Aug-2016 01:44
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Does anyone know if this extends out to Skinny or am I switching back to Spark for this pleasure?





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  Reply # 1618162 27-Aug-2016 06:11
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michaelmurfy:

 

Does anyone know if this extends out to Skinny or am I switching back to Spark for this pleasure?

 

 

HD Voice works between Skinny and Spark.


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