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Topic # 7497 19-Apr-2006 14:40
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Reply # 33423 19-Apr-2006 22:02
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How would you know? Its all 2.1GHz. The same as no one will know when TCom turns on RevA - its all in the 800MHz band.Cool




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Reply # 33431 19-Apr-2006 23:46

That's right, you will not notice just in the DL speed.

Anyway there are no HSDPA handsets in NZ so how? :)




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Reply # 33455 20-Apr-2006 08:56
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Aloha: That's right, you will not notice just in the DL speed.

Anyway there are no HSDPA handsets in NZ so how? :)


Yeah, I realise it would't be a physical difference :)

There were actually 3G devices in NZ before Voda launched the service, so was wondering if any "early adopters" had experienced HSDPA yet.




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Reply # 33516 20-Apr-2006 21:36

Noone could experience anything, cause the HSDPA is closed from the public, normal users can`t connect to it.




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still trying to get umts at my place ...



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Reply # 33518 20-Apr-2006 21:40
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Frown

Well, it seems pretty good. Be nice if Voda had some small scale trials like Telecom does.




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Reply # 33521 20-Apr-2006 21:59
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juha:
Be nice if Voda had some small scale trials like Telecom does.




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Reply # 33523 20-Apr-2006 22:35
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Wow and Juha is not included! I am stunned.




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Reply # 33543 21-Apr-2006 07:55
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Jama: Wow and Juha is not included! I am stunned.


I know! What's the world come to?

The Voda people were saying that they've been playing their cards a bit too close to their chest, and now it's time for more openness. If that could be translated into practical stuff, it'd be great. Wink




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Reply # 33548 21-Apr-2006 08:48
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juha: The Voda people were saying that they've been playing their cards a bit too close to their chest, and now it's time for more openness.
And openness didn't translate into a "Here is a card, take it now" just after the meeting?

I know it didn't for me...






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Reply # 33550 21-Apr-2006 09:06
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freitasm: And openness didn't translate into a "Here is a card, take it now" just after the meeting?
I know it didn't for me...


Nope...  nothing for me either. Wanted to do a "drag race" story but can't now.




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