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Topic # 64904 25-Jul-2010 11:48
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My parents are thinking about going with Vodafone for internet as they are paying too much for their Xnet connection. Does anyone know what brand and model the 'Vodafone Broadband Complete device' is?

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  Reply # 356026 25-Jul-2010 11:52
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Sorry, this is not an answer, but...

1."Help" is not an appropriate subject. Remember to make a meaningful subject otherwise people won't bother even reading your post.

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  Reply # 356031 25-Jul-2010 12:00
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Cheers, will fix it now :)

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  Reply # 356032 25-Jul-2010 12:00
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Google tells me it will be a, Huawei HG556a.



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  Reply # 356035 25-Jul-2010 12:09
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Cheers, I think my problem was I was searching with too restrictive terms and only in New Zealand. Should have known it'd be Huawei, I have one of the Vodafone branded phones and it is a Huawei

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  Reply # 356036 25-Jul-2010 12:11
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I've switched over form Xtra to VF and received a D-Link DSL-526B modem as part of the package, that said I am happily using my Telecom supplied free Thomson wireless modem on VF, thanks :D

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  Reply # 357251 27-Jul-2010 17:45
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Yea the modem is made by Huawei, pronounced "who are we".

The DSLAMs used in VF's LLU red network are also made by Huawei.



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