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# 215367 24-Jun-2017 14:41
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Anyone know why 4G is so lacking in Browns Bay. From one end to the other of the shopping centre my phone keeps dropping off of 4G to slow Internet. Occasionally there's are one or two sweet spots but if you move it goes. Even in the commercial centre around post office and banks no 4g. It's a real pain




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  # 1806075 24-Jun-2017 15:07
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Double post - please delete this

 

 


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  # 1806076 24-Jun-2017 15:10
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Not sure how up to date this is. It looks like there's no towers in town as such. I live 500m from the Spark (blue) tower at the top of the image, and I'm currently only getting 3G.

Edit: just changed to 4G, but it's a weak signal.



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