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Topic # 147010 5-Jun-2014 18:11
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Posted this Vine on Twitter today and someone asked if it was a reference to JohnR (it wasnt, but now that the connection is made):

 





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  Reply # 1059960 5-Jun-2014 18:19
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I guess the Secret is out, @JohnR is really a Spark user from Christchurch

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  Reply # 1059962 5-Jun-2014 18:22
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It's like déja vu all over again. cool




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  Reply # 1059969 5-Jun-2014 18:29
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So... it is true that JohnR uses Spark for his personal and work phone?





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  Reply # 1059991 5-Jun-2014 18:42
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Lies and slander. Why use a network that's trying to keep up? :P




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  Reply # 1059992 5-Jun-2014 18:44
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nakedmolerat: So... it is true that JohnR uses Spark for his personal and work phone?


Depends how much they want to pay me to use it, I'm open to offers

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  Reply # 1060041 5-Jun-2014 20:23
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ROTFLMAO!!!

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  Reply # 1060042 5-Jun-2014 20:24
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johnr:
nakedmolerat: So... it is true that JohnR uses Spark for his personal and work phone?


Depends how much they want to pay me to use it, I'm opwn to offers


so you actually live in chch? must be why you have that big red chopper!

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  Reply # 1060043 5-Jun-2014 20:27
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Yes Takapuna Christchurch ;)

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  Reply # 1060046 5-Jun-2014 20:32
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Ahhh.......
Spark launching in Christchurch. Is it part of the rebuild...
John?

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  Reply # 1060062 5-Jun-2014 20:44
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not bad for playing catch up 4G LTE in Nelson




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Cat4 4G has a maximum theoretical speed of 150Mbps, right? :D

151Mbps speedtest

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  Reply # 1060540 6-Jun-2014 20:20
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So is this a new cell site in a box?




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VodafoneDylan: Cat4 4G has a maximum theoretical speed of 150Mbps, right? :D

151Mbps speedtest


Speedtest results are not reliable. Go read their methodology :-) 

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  Reply # 1060548 6-Jun-2014 20:57
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coffeebaron: So is this a new cell site in a box?


Weetbix box :P

First lot are 3G Dual carrier

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