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  # 246079 13-Aug-2009 15:42
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Average of 21 download speed tests around Dunedin on the vodafone 3G network today: 222 kbps. Glad it has worked out for some folks up north. I'm down about 80% in speed today.





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  # 246099 13-Aug-2009 15:53
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DrCheese I ran some today too and found mixed results compared to Friday so I guess we aren't benefiting from anything afforded to the Aucklanders yet?

 
 
 
 


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  # 246103 13-Aug-2009 15:56
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Speeds are improved, however coverage is still crap and XT is cheaper. I'm still moving!

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  # 246104 13-Aug-2009 15:57
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DrCheese: Average of 21 download speed tests around Dunedin on the vodafone 3G network today: 222 kbps. Glad it has worked out for some folks up north. I'm down about 80% in speed today.


Rebooted iPhone?

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  # 246107 13-Aug-2009 15:59
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Yep.





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  # 246109 13-Aug-2009 16:01
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Sucks then..move to XT!

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No iPhone reboot or turning 3G on and off.. Loving the speed right now..

I know its not as fast as XT but because of txt 2000(other people) and VF family its not really practical for me to change..

 
 
 
 




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  # 246186 13-Aug-2009 17:59
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z2k:

No iPhone reboot or turning 3G on and off.. Loving the speed right now..

I know its not as fast as XT but because of txt 2000(other people) and VF family its not really practical for me to change..


Where abouts where those taken in Auckland?




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

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First 2 in Akoranga Business Park, Northcote.. Last one is North Albany

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# 248006 18-Aug-2009 08:38
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Credit where due!

Congrats Vodafone - Iphone speeds in Puke the last few days haven been cranking along.

All & all very happy with my 3GS and Vodafones network ;-) Hooray! Wink



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  # 248012 18-Aug-2009 08:55
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stagnant16: Credit where due!
Congrats Vodafone - Iphone speeds in Puke the last few days haven been cranking along.
All & all very happy with my 3GS and Vodafones network ;-) Hooray! Wink

Any objective data to accompany your post?

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  # 248058 18-Aug-2009 10:54
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is it just me or does the iPhone not drop back to 2g as often now?

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  # 248061 18-Aug-2009 11:02
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Any objective data to accompany your post?


Averaging 1500kbps down and 200-300 up - multiple sustained testing.

No dropped calls for a long time and as per the previous post less frequent drop backs to 2g, oh and still on 3.0.

Objective enough for you?

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  # 248071 18-Aug-2009 11:30
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So you would consider your first post objective? I wasn't questioning your statement.

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  # 248075 18-Aug-2009 11:37
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ahmad: So you would consider your first post objective? I wasn't questioning your statement.


Very much so based on previous experience.



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