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Topic # 59133 27-Mar-2010 21:07
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I can't remember if this has been covered before, but I just had a friend do a speedtest using the ZTE HSPA+ stick, this is from the cellsite nearest Pt England:


He did a 2nd test and it peaked around 17mb

But speed wise thats fairly impressive

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  Reply # 311985 28-Mar-2010 09:13
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Telecom have obviously opened the HSPA+ network up to more devices. It had been locked down to selected IMEI ranges for testing.

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Reply # 312013 28-Mar-2010 11:16
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sbiddle: It had been locked down to selected IMEI ranges for testing.


Where has Telecom said that? I know it has been reported that VF had a trail for a small number of users, but I haven't seen this for Telecom.

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Reply # 312015 28-Mar-2010 11:27
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nzbnw:
sbiddle: It had been locked down to selected IMEI ranges for testing.


Where has Telecom said that? I know it has been reported that VF had a trail for a small number of users, but I haven't seen this for Telecom.

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  Reply # 312017 28-Mar-2010 11:47
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Fair enough :)

Nice quite too.

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  Reply # 312039 28-Mar-2010 13:41
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nzbnw: ...VF had a trail for a small number of users...


trail

?

:) ;)

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  Reply # 312190 28-Mar-2010 21:01
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No, thats the garden path...

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Reply # 312209 28-Mar-2010 21:46
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Ham: No, thats the garden path...


Either way I stuffed that one up :)

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  Reply # 312215 28-Mar-2010 21:52
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sbiddle: Telecom have obviously opened the HSPA+ network up to more devices. It had been locked down to selected IMEI ranges for testing.


That would be IMSIs

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  Reply # 313570 31-Mar-2010 17:58

With that kind of speed, who needs fixed line broadband any more??

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  Reply # 313674 1-Apr-2010 01:02
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Performance will naturally diminish the more users actively using the local cell site/tower due to contention.

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  Reply # 313981 1-Apr-2010 18:27
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SteveON: With that kind of speed, who needs fixed line broadband any more??


make it cheaper and they've got themselves a deal.





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  Reply # 314081 2-Apr-2010 00:37

When they had double plans this deal was brilliant!

Mobile Broadband 4GB
$69.95 on a 24 month term $79.95
4GB $29.95 for an additional 4GB**
After that data is 10c per MB

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  Reply # 314085 2-Apr-2010 01:36
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SteveON: With that kind of speed, who needs fixed line broadband any more??


i will still need fixed line broadband... fast speed with mega latency is not useful for gaming.





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  Reply # 314183 2-Apr-2010 15:54
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SteveON: When they had double plans this deal was brilliant!

Mobile Broadband 4GB
$69.95 on a 24 month term $79.95
4GB $29.95 for an additional 4GB**
After that data is 10c per MB


The offer of 8GB for $69.95 with fixed broadband or $79.95 without and the offer of 4GB for $49.95 with fixed broadband or $59.95 without on a 24 month term has been extended.

http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/mobilebroadband/plansandpricing/monthly

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  Reply # 314508 3-Apr-2010 23:13
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The sad part, I was downloading a 200MB driver for my old man via the XT Network out in Silverstream; I was hitting 130KBs when downloading a file when compared to ADSL Big Time which was hitting a 'robust' 5KBs. Kind of depressing when the XT network out performs an ADSL connection.




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