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  Reply # 303033 28-Feb-2010 17:33
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Except that it seems HSPA+ is not publicly available. The same as Vodafone showing trial speeds...






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  Reply # 303036 28-Feb-2010 17:36
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  Reply # 303037 28-Feb-2010 17:37
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XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT

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  Reply # 303040 28-Feb-2010 17:40
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JAMMAN2110: XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT


6 times faster than what?

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  Reply # 303042 28-Feb-2010 17:43
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johnr:
JAMMAN2110: XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT


6 times faster than what?


What? You can't do basic math?

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  Reply # 303044 28-Feb-2010 17:44
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JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110: XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT


6 times faster than what?


What? You can't do basic math?


You can't answer a basic question??


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  Reply # 303045 28-Feb-2010 17:46
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johnr:
JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110: XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT


6 times faster than what?


What? You can't do basic math?


You can't answer a basic question??



Now now, no need for personal attacks.

I'll walk you through it.. have a look at the first post in the thread.. 4801 / 799 = 6.008760951

XT > Vodafone

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  Reply # 303047 28-Feb-2010 17:49

This thread is always going to have the same debate. It is obvious that having a 99% fiber backhull has it's advantages and that vodafones 3g network is more overloaded. But yeah you could go on in circles for months on this one.

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Reply # 303052 28-Feb-2010 17:50
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JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110: XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT


6 times faster than what?


What? You can't do basic math?


You can't answer a basic question??



Now now, no need for personal attacks.

I'll walk you through it.. have a look at the first post in the thread.. 4801 / 799 = 6.008760951

XT > Vodafone


One speed test in one location makes the XT network 6 times faster all over NZ?

Oh and you started the personal attack about my Math

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  Reply # 303056 28-Feb-2010 17:57
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johnr:
JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110: XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT


6 times faster than what?


What? You can't do basic math?


You can't answer a basic question??



Now now, no need for personal attacks.

I'll walk you through it.. have a look at the first post in the thread.. 4801 / 799 = 6.008760951

XT > Vodafone


One speed test in one location makes the XT network 6 times faster all over NZ?

Oh and you started the personal attack about my Math


No, just for munchkin. However I have found the same here at home.

That depends if we factor in the private messages you recenetly sent me and other threads. But lets call it a day, hmw?

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  Reply # 303057 28-Feb-2010 17:57
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I dunno, I have a T-Stick and a Vodem, I find here (Birkenhead) that I get a faster upload than download on my Vodem. I'm not sure why.

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  Reply # 303059 28-Feb-2010 18:01
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JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110:
johnr:
JAMMAN2110: XT is 6 times faster. Get six times more done, go XT


6 times faster than what?


What? You can't do basic math?


You can't answer a basic question??



Now now, no need for personal attacks.

I'll walk you through it.. have a look at the first post in the thread.. 4801 / 799 = 6.008760951

XT > Vodafone


One speed test in one location makes the XT network 6 times faster all over NZ?

Oh and you started the personal attack about my Math


No, just for munchkin. However I have found the same here at home.

That depends if we factor in the private messages you recenetly sent me and other threads. But lets call it a day, hmw?


Oh the private message asking you if you had the time of month? after I offered to help you on a issue you raised on Geekzone.

I'm more than happy to post my PM to you and the reply you sent me back!

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  Reply # 303085 28-Feb-2010 19:33
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Vodafone's upgrade at over the past 3-4 months has made a significant difference for me, I can get about 4mbps on vodafone and perhaps sometimes slightly more on telecom, but in general I find their speed now quite similar.

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  Reply # 303087 28-Feb-2010 19:42
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Stuve: This thread is always going to have the same debate. It is obvious that having a 99% fiber backhull has it's advantages and that vodafones 3g network is more overloaded. But yeah you could go on in circles for months on this one.


I'm sure Telecom would love it if 99% of there cellsites had fibre backhaul!


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