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  Reply # 505374 12-Aug-2011 10:37
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ALTRON: Got new replacement iPhone 4 from apple today.. 3g data seems to be working correctly.

Time will tell.


Glad to hear that a new handset seems to have sorted your problem.

Love to hear how it goes 1+ month down the track.







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  Reply # 505376 12-Aug-2011 10:39
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Yeah I'll let you know.

If it starts acting up again I'm just gonna give up and chuck it in the ocean.



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  Reply # 506380 14-Aug-2011 19:09
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Telecom said on 2am Sunday morning they were performing upgrades to the Xt network in the wellington region.
I dont know what they did but my iPhone 4 is running really well on Xt now (like it should I guess). Really responsive, fast.

Hope I haven't spoken too soon. ;)



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  Reply # 531453 10-Oct-2011 11:48
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I'm still having this issue.
I sold my iphone 4 and went back to using my nokia E72.
The same full 3g signal (and 3g data indicator icon is on) but nothing happens
If i wait about 30seconds MAYBE it'll start working or go to flightmode then back to online again.

Its so annoying but I don't want to have to go back to 2degrees as it always worked correctly.

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  Reply # 531486 10-Oct-2011 13:07
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ALTRON: I'm still having this issue.
I sold my iphone 4 and went back to using my nokia E72.
The same full 3g signal (and 3g data indicator icon is on) but nothing happens
If i wait about 30seconds MAYBE it'll start working or go to flightmode then back to online again.

Its so annoying but I don't want to have to go back to 2degrees as it always worked correctly.


Have you contacted Telecom & logged a ticket with them??

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