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# 21103 15-Apr-2008 21:29
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Hi

What sort of upload and download speeds are you getting on your Vodafone broadband


My woosh today is

300 down and 27 up

Cheers Possum..




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  # 123837 15-Apr-2008 21:39
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2.7 mbps down and 340k up national

2.3 mbps down and 320k up international to LA

From Pukekohe

(I am working off a UMTS900 site and I would say there are very few users on it)

On a cell with more users you would get slower speeds! average around 1 mbps down and 300k up depending on the time of day.

John

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  # 124180 16-Apr-2008 20:59
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I'm in Auckland CBD, Parnell, 50 metres from Parnell shops, and can see the sky tower... This is my speeds with a Vodem with all the latest drivers/firmware etc.


Speedtest


It says it connects at 3.7MBits, Yeah Right.

I've also tried a PC Card which got around the same speeds.

I spent the last month travelling around the north island, and couldn't get more than dialup speeds anywhere I went, and ping times were 3000ms-6000ms.

I've found Vodafone's mobile broadband to be really bad, and am starting to look at getting of all things a Telecom 3G card running on their old CDMA network, because I can get at least 150kbps anywhere in the country, and the coverage is much better.




Tyler - Parnell Geek - iPhone 3G - Lenovo X301 - Kaseya - Great Western Steak House, these are some of my favourite things.

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