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  Reply # 17707 8-Aug-2005 16:29
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While browising on Vodafone Live today, under the 'music and tones' link it says something like "...realtones, 3G music store"

Anyone else notice???

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Reply # 17708 8-Aug-2005 17:01
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sbiddle - that is where the growth in mobile is. Having more than one phone. I recall that Finland has something like 120% penetration! NZ is at about 80%.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 17711 8-Aug-2005 17:09
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80% that's right. Analysts are predicting 85% by xmas with the increased 3G competition, and 100% by end of 2006. Shows the accelerating growth rates....
By 2010, we will be looking at 120% plus, similar to our scandinavian sisters now. Though, that said, they will probably be at 10,000% saturation by 2010, and all be running around with 6 handsets, and one embedded in their eye.... made compulsory by their governments..

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  Reply # 17712 8-Aug-2005 17:10
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Yes indapie2000 it has been noiced,go back and read all the posts on this topic.

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  Reply # 17713 8-Aug-2005 17:11
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Noticed that is..

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Reply # 17715 8-Aug-2005 17:15
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so is vodas 3g data up and running yet? if so, whats the speed....

(I know its not for everyone, but for me, its all about speed)

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Reply # 17717 8-Aug-2005 17:26
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W E D N E S D A Y ! ! !

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  Reply # 17718 8-Aug-2005 17:27
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p.s. - sorry about the guy banging his head on the brix - but I have never used it before and couldn't resist - seemed like the perfect opportunity!

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Reply # 17719 8-Aug-2005 17:28
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Fastest car does not always win the race! but it helps

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Reply # 17720 8-Aug-2005 17:29
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Any one here got a 3GSM handset

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  Reply # 17722 8-Aug-2005 17:33
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Damn this is a popular thread *Me takes off email update.

I got a V800 with Z800 firmware and I tried connecting to a Vodafone 3G when I was in town but it told me forbidden network, where I live the cell tower doesnt appear to have been updated to 3G but at tech the tower which I go to on wednesday so if they do launch it then it'l be perfect, to see.

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  Reply # 17724 8-Aug-2005 17:46
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oops, had not read the whole thread i guess LOL.

Hopefully someone brings a voda 3g data device to the Geekzone Party.

Perhaps we could find some meaningful tests (not just a speed drag) to run on both connections.

Bearing in mind that Vodas 3G will be unloaded...

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  Reply # 17726 8-Aug-2005 18:00
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i just want a Red Sim like they have in AUS.

top up with 30$ get 100 free minutes kinda thing...



meh video calls , meh music videos.

bring on cheap texting and calling.


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  Reply # 17727 8-Aug-2005 18:05
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You won't need a new sim card with 3G will ya?

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