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  Reply # 219426 29-May-2009 18:25
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Where are you Aroona?




 

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  Reply # 219430 29-May-2009 18:32
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Wob: Where are you Aroona?


I'm in Whangaparaoa, Auckland.

we're running on 2100 here and its terrible, having the iPhone 3G was worse.
Since I got my Nokia E71 it hasn't been so bad with moving back to 2G, however, still not as good as i was wanting.

with the iphone i wasnt too worried to be quite honest, because the battery life sucked anyway, so it was better on 2G. but the Nokia annoys me now because i know the battery can handle it :(


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  Reply # 219533 29-May-2009 21:13
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I'm in the South Island, so don't know much about the V-Day upgrades up North.

I drove from Chch to Dunedin today & had 3G all the way - still the same dead spots as 2G, but I was receiving emails all the time.

Still getting used to my E71, the keyboard sucks (with my big fingers) but its a pretty cool phone.




 

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  Reply # 219613 29-May-2009 23:26
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hey guys i just live 15m northeast of Hamilton where there use to b a deadspot in 2g covreage but with extended 3g i am getting full coverage everywhere on the farm calsl are better quality too , inside the house still a bit patchy 3g nokia 5800 works good as on extended now only if it could work with XT lol




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  Reply # 219619 29-May-2009 23:48
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Wob: I'm in the South Island, so don't know much about the V-Day upgrades up North.



I drove from Chch to Dunedin today & had 3G all the way - still the same dead spots as 2G, but I was receiving emails all the time.



Still getting used to my E71, the keyboard sucks (with my big fingers) but its a pretty cool phone.



yeah, took me a couple of days to get used to the keyboard, but im happy with it now.. its only a half way phone anyhow.. what i mean by that is, when the phone i want in released in a couple of weeks/months then i will move over to that.





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  Reply # 220114 31-May-2009 12:59
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I have been in some very remote areas of rural Waikato this week, haven't managed to find a spot with no 3G yet which is a little disappointing :-)

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  Reply # 220126 31-May-2009 14:04
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scottjpalmer: I have been in some very remote areas of rural Waikato this week, haven't managed to find a spot with no 3G yet which is a little disappointing :-)



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  Reply # 220581 1-Jun-2009 21:07
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You have to be kidding me!!! I have a Motorola V6 MAXX (so extended 3G no good for me) and my house is in an area thats been basically cut out of the regular 3G coverage. Bugger.

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