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  Reply # 452720 28-Mar-2011 12:45
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The transaction data is so minimal, if you are using a chip card then I can understand why it's taking so long. Though the ping may have a little to do with it. Do you have the option over wifi? 


Did you say if I was using the SIM card? Yes it uses the Vodafone SIM, the transaction is done over GPRS. I just worry sometimes customers do change their mind when a Eftpos problem occurs. My Eftpos machine has no WIFI option nor I can use WIFI on the street. I'll stress my Eftpos machine company coz the SIM is also theirs.

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Reply # 456978 9-Apr-2011 11:13
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I always use my iPhone to access internet where is near Vodafone Building, Viaduct Harbour. My cellphone shows very poor signal. The speed is so...so...so.... slow!Cry

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  Reply # 456987 9-Apr-2011 12:26
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hotban: I always use my iPhone to access internet where is near Vodafone Building, Viaduct Harbour. My cellphone shows very poor signal. The speed is so...so...so.... slow!Cry


PM me your mobile number as I would like to see this poor speed and the location please



Can you please describre a better location description please

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  Reply # 456992 9-Apr-2011 13:00
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hey guys, my situation is actually a lil different. ive found the last few days, the speed on my iphone4 on vodafone have been really, really fast. sorry i dont have any statistics, but ive never ever had speed like this before on my phone. and i was not connected to any wifi network.

i work in fanshawe st, maybe that has something to do with it?????

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  Reply # 457367 11-Apr-2011 08:52
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hotban: I always use my iPhone to access internet where is near Vodafone Building, Viaduct Harbour. My cellphone shows very poor signal. The speed is so...so...so.... slow!Cry


Hi hotban

I have sent you a PM requesting more INFO please

John

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  Reply # 457758 12-Apr-2011 11:20
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hotban: I always use my iPhone to access internet where is near Vodafone Building, Viaduct Harbour. My cellphone shows very poor signal. The speed is so...so...so.... slow!Cry


Hi hotban

I see you have read my PM yesterday

Vodafone would really like the INFO. If we have a issue somewhere around Vodafone head office we would really like to come and see you direct

Thanks John

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  Reply # 457989 12-Apr-2011 21:03
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Hi John,

I am doing my best to record what's it going on. thanks!
 
Date: 12/04/11
Time: 12:15pm and 12:25pm
Location: Street Parking of Halsey St where is outside the Bus Depot Heading to North

Issue:
A. 12:15pm "out of service" and my iPhone showed no network cover or no carrier. 
B. 12:25pm "GPRS connection appear" No 3G Cellular Data Network Access.
 


Device:
iPhone 4 iOS 4.3.1 with Case
90% Battery

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