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Topic # 11653 4-Feb-2007 23:39
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I live in what's called Karori West or Karori South - right down the end of Karori up on the hill with a view east. I want to buy a
Vodafone Vodem but am not sure of the coverage. Does anyone live around here and can advise me.


PS. I would rather not go to the hassle of buying one, finding it doesn't work and having to return it within the 7 days allowed, if I can avoid this.

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  Reply # 59758 5-Feb-2007 07:14
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Well depends what coverage you want 2.5G GPRS should be no issue

If you want 3G (WCDMA/HSDPA) borrow a friends 3G handset and  see if you get 3G coverage at home

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Reply # 59766 5-Feb-2007 08:53
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johnr: Well depends what coverage you want 2.5G GPRS should be no issue

If you want 3G (WCDMA/HSDPA) borrow a friends 3G handset and  see if you get 3G coverage at home


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