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# 177108 22-Jul-2015 17:18
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Recently while parked at Pak'n'Save  Paraparaumu my Samsung note 3 displayed that it was receiving 4G. It was still dispalying 4G at home in Raumati Beach but then  went back to 3G and then H+. This is the first time I have noticed 4G up the Coast. anybody know wants going on?

Cheers PAul.

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  # 1349964 22-Jul-2015 17:32
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4G is been deployed across the network could be just early stages of testing but to get the full benefit of 4G you are best to have a handset that supports band 28 700Mhz but the Note3 does not support this band

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  # 1350086 22-Jul-2015 21:47
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I live in Paraparaumu Beach - pretty much (with my S6) seem to always have 4G at the moment whilst I'm travelling to and from the station.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1350088 22-Jul-2015 21:52
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r2b2: I live in Paraparaumu Beach - pretty much (with my S6) seem to always have 4G at the moment whilst I'm travelling to and from the station.


Correct as the Samsung S6 supports band 28 700Mhz

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