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  Reply # 950762 12-Dec-2013 08:45
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  Reply # 950805 12-Dec-2013 09:34
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4G is now in the Bay of Islands too. More info in the Media centre section at vodafone.co.nz.

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  Reply # 950837 12-Dec-2013 10:22
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Does this mean the Coromandel beach sites which are upgraded to 4G should be able to handle the dramatic increase in users over xmas?




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Jaxar: Does this mean the Coromandel beach sites which are upgraded to 4G should be able to handle the dramatic increase in users over xmas?


This is the reason why 3G dual carrier 900Mhz was added and also the 3G 2100Mhz got extra capacity and 4G added, This should greatly reduce blocking / congestion during the Christmas / New years break

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  Reply # 961730 6-Jan-2014 08:57
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My experience of 4g at Matarangi so far, signal strength is only 1 bar wherever I go. Campsite is 500m from cell tower, line of sight. Switching to 3g gives 4 bars?

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