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# 39079 8-Aug-2009 07:34
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Just thought I'd post some feedback on this now that it's been live for some time.  I travel a lot in the Waikato, and recently spent some time in the Deep South.  I'm very happy with the performance and coverage.  I now have my phone (Nokia E71) locked to UMTS and have only had to enable GSM once (Howick in Auckland!) in the last few weeks to make a call.  And data speeds are good also.

So well done Vodafone - I'm one customer who didn't change to XT.




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  # 244170 8-Aug-2009 12:06
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I get 2100MHz in Howick. Is your phone 900Mhz only.

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  # 244171 8-Aug-2009 12:14
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bags1: I get 2100MHz in Howick. Is your phone 900Mhz only.


No devices are sold W900 only they are all W2100/900 and GSM

and w2krules thanks for the feedback we have some more W900 coverage coming online in remote areas of the South / North island in the coming 12 months and some shortly will be online taking traffic

John

 
 
 
 




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  # 244215 8-Aug-2009 15:45
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bags1: I get 2100MHz in Howick. Is your phone 900Mhz only.


No, my E71 is 900/2100.




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