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  Reply # 771473 28-Feb-2013 09:25
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http://4g.vodafone.co.nz/

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  Reply # 771474 28-Feb-2013 09:27
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Done yesterday afternoon on my S3 i9305 4G in the Viaduct while having lunch


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 771476 28-Feb-2013 09:29
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Nice!




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  Reply # 771478 28-Feb-2013 09:30
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You have to pay an extra $10 to use 4G. Not available on prepay.





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  Reply # 771479 28-Feb-2013 09:32
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Remember folks: 4G is for mobile data only, voice is still carried over 2G/3G. This means you might have 4G coverage but no voice... Or you might have 2G coverage with voice/GPRS data but not 4G speeds...






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I wonder if 2Degrees will be utilising some of Vodafone's 4G towers?

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  Reply # 771481 28-Feb-2013 09:34
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Sorry, please read my update statement about prices.




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  Reply # 771482 28-Feb-2013 09:34
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freitasm: 4G prices are the same as 3G prices. No change...

Hmm. The URL I linked above says "To experience 4G, you’ll need a 4G upgrade add-on or you’ll need to get 4G included on selected [...] plans". I wonder what this "4G upgrade add-on" is for if it's the same price as 3G.

Edit: Ah.

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  Reply # 771483 28-Feb-2013 09:34
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heavenlywild:I wonder if 2Degrees will be utilising some of Vodafone's 4G towers?


I can't see this happening as 2D do not roam onto our towers in main citys

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  Reply # 771484 28-Feb-2013 09:35
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Yes, as I said, sorry, read my updated post.




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So there's no increase in data caps for 4G? That really defeats the purpose doesn't it? Most likely you will use more data with increased speed.

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heavenlywild: So there's no increase in data caps for 4G? That really defeats the purpose doesn't it? Most likely you will use more data with increased speed.


You do your thing much much faster!

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What frequencies is VF using?

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  Reply # 771488 28-Feb-2013 09:38
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DarkShadow: What frequencies is VF using?


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heavenlywild: So there's no increase in data caps for 4G? That really defeats the purpose doesn't it? Most likely you will use more data with increased speed.


You do your thing much much faster!


And use up your data cap faster and end up needing more moola for data Money Mouth

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