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  Reply # 730438 11-Dec-2012 13:43
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Mark:
mercutio:
johnr: Approx where are you located and what device are you using?


Woodland's Park.  LG-P500.  3G only location.


Ha! out near me! You are lucky you get any Vodafone coverage at all! :-)

I'm on Huia Road (near the roadabout, superette by woodlands park school) and nothing works except Telecom, and then only barely :-( 


oh that's quite close to me.  are you using a 3g phone?  there's very little 2g coverage as it has to go all the way back to titirangi village.  why the tower here doesn't support 2g i'm not sure.

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  Reply # 730454 11-Dec-2012 13:52
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The tower is 3G 2100Mhz and 3G 900Mhz depending on the sector you are working off

This is shown on the Vodafone NZ coverage map

Red = 3G 2100Mhz Orange = 3G 900Mhz

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