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  #248944 20-Aug-2009 10:22
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NoranRadd13: That's so lame, I'm gutted you don't get massive speeds. I still can't think why? After trying my XT sim in it and getting 2.5Mbps? Weird...



Still at least you're not stuck on Voda's crap 3G which drops back to GPRS on Lambton Quay! And peaks at 500kbps in full 3G coverage. I thought the 3GS would make Voda's 3G coverage/speeds bearable but alas...


Drops back to GPRS in Lambton Quay!  That is incredibly pathetic.  3G in 97% of where NZers live + work, except for the busiest street in the capital.....

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  #248968 20-Aug-2009 11:20
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NealR: 1-1.5Mbps down and 70-100kbps up is about what I get on my iPhone 3G (2.2.1) I've gotten ~2Mbps down a couple of times but it is not common.


NealR why are you running firmware 2.2.1? Curious?

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