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Topic # 225646 28-Nov-2017 16:00
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Hi there,

 

We will be moving house in the new year. The problem is I know that Spark cellphone coverage is non existent in this new place - apparently Vodafone work

 

We are currently with Spark for Naked internet and cell phones.  Spark (according to their website) provide ADSL to our soon to be new address.

 

I would prefer to stay with Spark.

 

Just wondered what my options are (if any) to try and avoid swapping out to another cell phone provider.

 

Cheers,


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  Reply # 1909059 28-Nov-2017 16:01
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DM me the address and i'll do some digging for ya when i have a spare moment in the office tomorrow :)





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  Reply # 1909060 28-Nov-2017 16:04
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  Reply # 1909070 28-Nov-2017 16:28
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Slightly off topic - but 2 Degrees announced Wifi Calling yesterday(?). 

 

As I understand it, compatible 2 Degrees phones can operate per normal if they have a wifi signal (once Wifi Calling has properly rolled out), but otherwise have no cellphone signal.  So if you have Spark internet, and get some really good Wifi routers set up, I understand you should be able to get whole house coverage on a 2 Degrees mobile phone even if there is otherwise no cellphone signal.




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  Reply # 1909075 28-Nov-2017 16:42
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Very interesting - I will check it out.


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  Reply # 1909081 28-Nov-2017 17:09
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All three networks have this solution: http://cel-fi.co.nz/ 

 

Vodafone also have: https://www.vodafone.co.nz/mobile/3g-sure-signal/ 

 

And as above, 2degrees now (well almost) have http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/99252388/2degrees-brings-wificalling-option-to-nz 

 

 





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