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#233263 7-Apr-2018 13:31
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Is the OnePlus 5 compatible on the Vodafone network. It is only showing H+ instead of 4g

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  #1991035 7-Apr-2018 13:40
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@t0ny 4G band3 1800Mhz yes but I think not on 4G band 28 700Mhz. I am sure this handset only supports part of the 700Mhz that Spark use

 

Do you get 4G in the same location with SIM in another handset?

 

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  #1991058 7-Apr-2018 14:54
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Spark sim shows 4g

 
 
 
 


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  #1991072 7-Apr-2018 15:00
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Think its the oneplus 5+ that starts to support everything in NZ, the 5 did not


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  #1991075 7-Apr-2018 15:09
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t0ny: Spark sim shows 4g


I meant using the Vodafone NZ SIM in another handset do you get 4G?

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  #1991124 7-Apr-2018 16:20
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ahh, k, the VF sim does not show 4g anywhere

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  #1991189 7-Apr-2018 18:09
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t0ny: ahh, k, the VF sim does not show 4g anywhere


I was asking with same SIM in another handset and make sure APN is just vodafone not www.vodafone.net.nz

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  #1999965 20-Apr-2018 18:48
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My OP5 does connect to Vodafone 4G/4G+ on Band 1 and Band 28.

 

I think here in Christchurch the majority of the sites are Band 1 but if you drive out of the urban areas Band 28 coverage is pretty solid.

 

 

 

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You can use Network Cell Info app to see which band your mobile is currently using.


 
 
 
 


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  #1999966 20-Apr-2018 18:52
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I got it sorted. Apparently my account did not have permission to use 4g so was only registering on the 3g network. Didn't even know 4g was optional

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  #1999978 20-Apr-2018 19:26
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t0ny: I got it sorted. Apparently my account did not have permission to use 4g so was only registering on the 3g network. Didn't even know 4g was optional

 

Ah i have had that happen as well, think the option is there for when they use to charge you $10 a month for 4g speeds when they first released.


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  #2000049 20-Apr-2018 22:12
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Wow - that sucks. Can't they blanket clear that restriction in their system?




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  #2000133 21-Apr-2018 08:18
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robjg63: Wow - that sucks. Can't they blanket clear that restriction in their system?

 

It's not a restriction as such 4G needs to be provisioned 

 

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