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  Reply # 17774 9-Aug-2005 11:09
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http://www.nzherald.co.nz/index.cfm?c_id=1&ObjectID=10339783

was sent to me by my vodafone acct manager...



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  Reply # 17775 9-Aug-2005 11:10
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And it's not just showing the other person your own ugly mugg - what about showing them where you are, what you can see. What about calling a 3G modem and having the video stream captured?

But much of this must already be uderway overseas given the headstart they've had with 3G.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 17776 9-Aug-2005 11:11
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Video Calling will be the same price as voice calling - nice touch - and is also free until the end of October.

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  Reply # 17777 9-Aug-2005 11:13

Andrew you're right. Voda live! is up and running again.
I've just checked TV3 Mobile TV and it works fine.

About the coverage: you gonna have 3G in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown, Hamilton, Taupo, Whangarei, etc.

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Reply # 17778 9-Aug-2005 11:14
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Hey 3G you only need 3 data accounts GPRS (internet) access point www.vodafone.net.nz and WAP and PXT and it works mint. You can send the V800 settings to your handset but need to set up the internet one which takes less than 1 minute and the streaming settings are easy as Data Acc to use is the WAP gateway and proxy off.

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  Reply # 17779 9-Aug-2005 11:16
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Coverage list:

auckland
chch
bits of coromandel
dunedin,
hamilton
napier
hastings
nelson
new plymouth,
palmerston north
queenstown
rotorua
taupo
tauranga
wanganui
wellington
whangarei

Well thats what i have heard....


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  Reply # 17780 9-Aug-2005 11:16

And it's must be your settings why it's not working for you. What player Z1010 has? Real? Then you have to set up the access point int the player settings as well and then it will work.

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  Reply # 17781 9-Aug-2005 11:26
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im using 3g now , from a 6630 to my laptop , does abouy 35-40k download speeds very nice.



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  Reply # 17783 9-Aug-2005 11:29
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chris021: Coverage list: etc...

That's good. They couldn't launch 3G and get straight back into a coverage battle with Telecom. This list will silence most critics.

If I was Telecom I'd go with nationwide EVDO, and very cheap roaming to Aus. But even then the Vodafone blitz is coming...

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Reply # 17784 9-Aug-2005 11:30
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Hi 3g how did you get on setting up your phone? Follow what John said?







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  Reply # 17785 9-Aug-2005 11:34
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Kickass: im using 3g now , from a 6630 to my laptop , does abouy 35-40k download speeds very nice.

I take it you mean 35-40 KBytes? I.e. 280-320Kbits per second.

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  Reply # 17789 9-Aug-2005 12:30

Handsets have disappeared off dse.co.nz when I was checking for local availability. It may have something to do with the fact it was published in the dompost on mon too

ah well launch tomorrow so its not like its a long or unknown wait
bring on wed

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Reply # 17790 9-Aug-2005 12:32
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B R I N G I T O N ! ! !

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  Reply # 17793 9-Aug-2005 12:55
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timbo:
Kickass: im using 3g now , from a 6630 to my laptop , does abouy 35-40k download speeds very nice.

I take it you mean 35-40 KBytes? I.e. 280-320Kbits per second.




Well ye , downloading with firefox , 35-40k/s. Web surfing is very fast . but the stupid image thing that makes the quality bad is still there.

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  Reply # 17796 9-Aug-2005 12:57

so the VF Optimiser to improve speeds by compression is working on your 3g connection?

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