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  Reply # 1981039 21-Mar-2018 15:02
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Kirdog:

 

Smell Of fail Detected) 

 

Tiny data with huge speed, waste of money. 

 

Better spend money on extending 4G coverage and increase data caps. 

 

:) 

 

 

 

 

back to auckland with ya kirdog! I'm missing you.

 

5G will allow for better datacaps, much better.

 

 

 

 

 

if i recall for your place 4G is great just not 3G ;)

 

 





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  Reply # 1981055 21-Mar-2018 15:45
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The one Thing Still strange. 

 

I have 4G intill i need to call to someone and since i talk a lot for a day (work purposes) i still use 3G 80% of times. Such a fail of technology, anyway why we cannot have 4G calls? or is it only me? 

 

Sorry cannot play ingress, i ran out of data xD.  

 

:) 





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Kirdog:

 

The one Thing Still strange. 

 

I have 4G intill i need to call to someone and since i talk a lot for a day (work purposes) i still use 3G 80% of times. Such a fail of technology, anyway why we cannot have 4G calls? or is it only me? 

 

Sorry cannot play ingress, i ran out of data xD.  

 

:) 

 

 

@kirdog The handset is meant to pass to 3G for Voice calls as no network in NZ has VoLTE live yet

 

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  Reply # 1981084 21-Mar-2018 16:01
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Linux:

 

Kirdog:

 

The one Thing Still strange. 

 

I have 4G intill i need to call to someone and since i talk a lot for a day (work purposes) i still use 3G 80% of times. Such a fail of technology, anyway why we cannot have 4G calls? or is it only me? 

 

Sorry cannot play ingress, i ran out of data xD.  

 

:) 

 

 

@kirdog The handset is meant to pass to 3G for Voice calls as no network in NZ has VoLTE live yet

 

Linux

 

 

 

 

So.. Why not to spend money on VoLTE?  Instead of wasting in 5G? And Rebranding to Spark, lol :) 

 

I Know i'm annoyng  ;F





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  Reply # 1981085 21-Mar-2018 16:02
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Kirdog:

 

Linux:

 

Kirdog:

 

The one Thing Still strange. 

 

I have 4G intill i need to call to someone and since i talk a lot for a day (work purposes) i still use 3G 80% of times. Such a fail of technology, anyway why we cannot have 4G calls? or is it only me? 

 

Sorry cannot play ingress, i ran out of data xD.  

 

:) 

 

 

@kirdog The handset is meant to pass to 3G for Voice calls as no network in NZ has VoLTE live yet

 

Linux

 

 

 

 

So.. Why not to spend money on VoLTE?  Instead of wasting in 5G? And Rebranding to Spark, lol :) 

 

I Know i'm annoyng  ;F

 

 

Soon. tm ;)





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  Reply # 1981086 21-Mar-2018 16:05
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Eskem0: Hey guys



I was one of the techs that installed this equipment in the exchange. We pre tested it all before we drove it to wellington in our warehouse in Mt Wellington. Working with the Huawei engineers and Sparks RF team for a few days.

In our warehouse we were cracking 16Gbps!


Over what distance?

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  Reply # 1982410 24-Mar-2018 04:08
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So what is the spectral efficiency like on lower frequencies with 5g? Could it replace current 4g rbi? Curious as I am a roaming rbi user.

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