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Topic # 191256 29-Jan-2016 15:41
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Att: Vodafone support persons.

 

Will you provide any additional cellphone coverage for Fielddays in Gore on 7th Feb?

 

TIA

 

 


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  Reply # 1481314 29-Jan-2016 15:57
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Yes a COW will be on site providing extra capacity / coverage

Edit: This COW does not eat grass and produce milk and poop sorry

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  Reply # 1481332 29-Jan-2016 16:19
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For anyone wondering what the heck JohnR is going on about :-P

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_on_wheels





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  Reply # 1481476 29-Jan-2016 20:17
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johnr: Yes a COW will be on site providing extra capacity / coverage

 

Thank you


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  Reply # 1483263 2-Feb-2016 09:26
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johnr: Yes a COW will be on site providing extra capacity / coverage

Edit: This COW does not eat grass and produce milk and poop sorry

 

I like how we're disguising the COWs at fieldays events now so they fit in. I think this one has dual carrier?

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1485385 4-Feb-2016 17:52
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@IcI The Southern Fieldays COW is now unlocked (Very different to the one @VodafoneDylan posted a pic of above)

2G 900 / 3G 900 / 3G 2100 / 4G 1800

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  Reply # 1485401 4-Feb-2016 18:37
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Oh 

 

cow radio





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  Reply # 1485402 4-Feb-2016 18:39
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@tardtasticx you found it I see

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