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Topic # 50644 25-Nov-2009 12:52
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Is it just me or is the 3G tower out in this area?

I cant seem to get any kind of 3G signal on my device here (900/2100).
tried cycling the phone etc. - However I don't have another phone here to try.


Anyone in this area that can test? or John, do you know anything about that?





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  Reply # 276183 25-Nov-2009 13:32
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Could be planned work I would not panic about it

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Reply # 276197 25-Nov-2009 14:35
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I have never been able to get 3G coverage in Stanmore Bay, specifically Surf Road.

Well, at least my 3GS iphone has never been able to receive a 3G signal.

John - is this 3G extended and could that be why the iphone 3GS receives no 3G signal. My iphone works perfectly in other 3G areas.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 276200 25-Nov-2009 14:37
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gmball: I have never been able to get 3G coverage in Stanmore Bay, specifically Surf Road.

Well, at least my 3GS iphone has never been able to receive a 3G signal.

John - is this 3G extended and could that be why the iphone 3GS receives no 3G signal. My iphone works perfectly in other 3G areas.



2100Mhz 3G sucks around this area because its hilly etc.

900Mhz is quite a bit better, but still not enough to lock my phone to 3G only.







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  Reply # 276288 25-Nov-2009 19:53
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UPDATE:

3G is back up and running





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  Reply # 276289 25-Nov-2009 19:58
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gmball: I have never been able to get 3G coverage in Stanmore Bay, specifically Surf Road.

Well, at least my 3GS iphone has never been able to receive a 3G signal.

John - is this 3G extended and could that be why the iphone 3GS receives no 3G signal. My iphone works perfectly in other 3G areas.



Stanmore Bay is 3G 2100mhz

A New 3G 2100 site is coming online any day now in Orewa Township

John

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