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# 255849 3-Sep-2019 11:33
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Noticed a new tower when I was over in Martinborough in the weekend.

https://gis.geek.nz/celltowers/@-41.2100564,175.4447334,15z 

Spark already has 2 in the area and I was wondering why this one has gone in? RBI perhaps?


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  # 2309894 3-Sep-2019 11:44
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Capacity--Spark are installing lots of new sites around NZ.


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  # 2309904 3-Sep-2019 12:12
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Martinborough is on the UFB list for 2022,

 

gotta think that Spark will push fixed 4G with the extra capacity...


 
 
 
 


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  # 2309917 3-Sep-2019 12:57
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we are adding tons of towers everywhere right now, Capacity upgrades.





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# 2309918 3-Sep-2019 12:59
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hio77:

 

we are adding tons of towers everywhere right now, Capacity upgrades.

 

 

@hio77 Mind control towers are they?


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Linux: @hio77 Mind control towers are they? 

 

That thought has already been wiped from your mind 😀


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  # 2311416 5-Sep-2019 18:39
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allan:

 

Linux: @hio77 Mind control towers are they? 

 

That thought has already been wiped from your mind 😀

 

Years of employment (not working) at VF will do that to a person.





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