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Reply # 537259 25-Oct-2011 12:06
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I was in Wellington over the long weekend for business & also catching up with friends & enjoying watching the All Blacks win the RWC on Sunday! Cool

Here are a selection of Speed Test results from around Wellington CBD on my Samsung GS2. HSPA+ Signal was noted on my phone during testing in these areas.


Civic Centre





Lambton Quay





Cuba Street





Featherston Street





Jervois Quay



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  Reply # 537717 26-Oct-2011 13:31
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More Speed Test results from Wellington........

Taranaki Street





Willis Street




Manners Street





Mirimar






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  Reply # 539133 29-Oct-2011 23:05
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On my SGS2:

Auckland CBD



 

West Auckland



 

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  Reply # 539155 30-Oct-2011 00:15
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Can someone with fast mobile BB please do a speediest to Palo Alto or Los Angeles? I'd be keen to see how the inter national speeds are since thats where most of everyones traffic would come from right? 

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  Reply # 539933 1-Nov-2011 14:22
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jaskarn: Can someone with fast mobile BB please do a speediest to Palo Alto or Los Angeles? I'd be keen to see how the inter national speeds are since thats where most of everyones traffic would come from right? 


I will do some this evening and post them!

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  Reply # 543326 9-Nov-2011 21:01
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You know your phone number is in the screen shot :P

John

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  Reply # 543346 9-Nov-2011 21:25
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johnr: You know your phone number is in the screen shot :P

John

Re-uploaded main screenshot without the phone number. I'm quite impressed with the speeds lately. I am using a 14.4Mbps device here. I took the speed tests in Palmerston, Otago with 3G. I've noticed that the speeds to vary quite a bit depending on the time of day between around 2Mbps and 3.2Mbps.










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  Reply # 552001 30-Nov-2011 21:47
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Really very impressed with Vodafone speeds lately, just got this in Palmerston North earlier today (even international is very good).






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  Reply # 554398 6-Dec-2011 11:59
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In PN today again, did a speedtest and got around 2Mbps, then I noticed the signal dropped, then came back up, did another speediest, apparently the cell was upgraded:


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  Reply # 560889 23-Dec-2011 09:43
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Comprehensive post about some impressive speeds on Vodafone in Hamiltron.

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  Reply # 565008 5-Jan-2012 21:21
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Posting the one in my signature because I will inevitably change it at some point in the future:

 

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