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  Reply # 1429235 16-Nov-2015 21:07
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Sorry the COW will be needed for another location

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  Reply # 1871385 23-Sep-2017 10:48
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@geektastic looks like your 4G dreams are about to come true. Upgrade for Martinborough commencing next week :)
http://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Network-status/PLANNED-MAINTENANCE-amp-UPGRADE-WORK-Mobile-Network/m-p/213276#M1339




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  Reply # 1871436 23-Sep-2017 12:51
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Yes I sent them a DM the other night about the planned 4G work

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  Reply # 1871608 23-Sep-2017 16:58
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Yes, looking forward to that!

Now just waiting until 2026 for fibre....!





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  Reply # 1871609 23-Sep-2017 16:59
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Geektastic: Yes, looking forward to that!

Now just waiting until 2026 for fibre....!

 

I am sure planning is out to 2022 so how did you get data 2026?

 

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  Reply # 1871624 23-Sep-2017 17:07
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Maybe his part of town missed the grade for UFB2+, but don't worry I'm sure he'll have 5G by 2036 :)




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  Reply # 1871677 23-Sep-2017 20:06
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Geektastic: Yes, looking forward to that!

Now just waiting until 2026 for fibre....!

 

I am sure planning is out to 2022 so how did you get data 2026?

 

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hes mentioned that a couple of times now but UFB2+ and UFB2 are completed by the end of 2022. so not sure where hes getting his info from


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  Reply # 1882304 12-Oct-2017 09:36
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@geektastic 4G on the 700 & 1800Mhz band CA is now live on the Martinborough site

 

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