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  Reply # 985367 12-Feb-2014 18:48 Send private message

That cab was upgraded before xmas must of only be migrated now

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  Reply # 986330 12-Feb-2014 19:10 Send private message

If you are feeling the need for speed it looks like you are on the edge of 4G coverage coming from the airport/mystery creek. Few kms too far out of Hamilton for fibre (vodafone don't resell UFF Ltd (yet?))

 

 



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  Reply # 986332 12-Feb-2014 19:12 Send private message

DjShadow: If you are feeling the need for speed it looks like you are on the edge of 4G coverage coming from the airport/mystery creek. Few kms too far out of Hamilton for fibre (vodafone don't resell UFF Ltd (yet?))


No we dont. Only agreement outside Chorus is Northpower Fibre







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  Reply # 986333 12-Feb-2014 19:17 Send private message

DjShadow: If you are feeling the need for speed it looks like you are on the edge of 4G coverage coming from the airport/mystery creek. Few kms too far out of Hamilton for fibre (vodafone don't resell UFF Ltd (yet?))


Yeah I've tried 4G on our VF phones and slightly too far away to get any coverage, but fibre is still only a dream. Thanks everyone

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