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  # 937675 20-Nov-2013 07:50
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Dingbatt: I see that Vodafone has the commuters on the Upper Harbour ferry covered, but Telecom doesn't. Or did they just forget to color the water bit in :-/


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  # 937750 20-Nov-2013 10:19
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Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?

 
 
 
 


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  # 937788 20-Nov-2013 10:53
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Yabanize: Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?


No could mean single carrier 21Mbps DL

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  # 937829 20-Nov-2013 12:11
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johnr:
Yabanize: Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?


No could mean single carrier 21Mbps DL

How can you tell if you're using DC then?

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  # 937831 20-Nov-2013 12:17
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Yabanize:
johnr:
Yabanize: Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?


No could mean single carrier 21Mbps DL

How can you tell if you're using DC then?


H+ will be showing like Single Carrier.

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  # 937865 20-Nov-2013 12:58
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TimA:
Yabanize:
johnr:
Yabanize: Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?


No could mean single carrier 21Mbps DL

How can you tell if you're using DC then?


H+ will be showing like Single Carrier.

So you can't tell between the two

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  # 937869 20-Nov-2013 13:02
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Yabanize:
TimA:
Yabanize:
johnr:
Yabanize: Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?


No could mean single carrier 21Mbps DL

How can you tell if you're using DC then?


H+ will be showing like Single Carrier.

So you can't tell between the two


You can kind of by the speed the connection is getting

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  # 937880 20-Nov-2013 13:19
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There is just a big white hole in the telecom 4g coverage map at my house in new windsor auckland. I guess i will wait for 2D to launch there 4G, as they are the only provider with a line of site cell tower.

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  # 937919 20-Nov-2013 14:13
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johnr:
Yabanize:
TimA:
Yabanize:
johnr:
Yabanize: Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?


No could mean single carrier 21Mbps DL

How can you tell if you're using DC then?


H+ will be showing like Single Carrier.

So you can't tell between the two


You can kind of by the speed the connection is getting


The most ive had is like 8mb/s on skinny

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  # 954655 19-Dec-2013 09:52
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Yabanize:
TimA:
Yabanize:
johnr:
Yabanize: Quick question: h+ means dual carrier right?


No could mean single carrier 21Mbps DL

How can you tell if you're using DC then?


H+ will be showing like Single Carrier.

So you can't tell between the two


just been enlightened - on my S4 if dial *#0011# if I'm on 3G it says HSDPA 1 if on DC it says DC_HSDPA 1 (1 means what I'm on)




Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.


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