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Topic # 97198 13-Feb-2012 17:20
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Mobile coverage a reality for three rural communities

Three small rural communities, two in the South Island and one in the North, will get mobile phone coverage this year, as the first successful applicants in the Vodafone community cellsite scheme.

http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/9721-mobile-coverage-a-reality-for-three-rural-communities/page__gopid__73121&#entry73121

Community cell site request scheme

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/smart-network/community-cell-site/

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  Reply # 580966 13-Feb-2012 17:24
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That's pretty cool, nice work :)

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  Reply # 580980 13-Feb-2012 18:16
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Wow, and there wasn't a NIMBY to shut it down!?

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 580985 13-Feb-2012 18:31
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kyhwana2: Wow, and there wasn't a NIMBY to shut it down!?


ssshhhhhhhhhh not too loud please

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  Reply # 581067 13-Feb-2012 20:57
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What a cool idea.

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  Reply # 581138 13-Feb-2012 22:26
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Well done Vodafone!  Great to see an initiative such as this, and also great to see that 3 isolated communities have organised themselves so well to take advantage of it.





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  Reply # 581505 14-Feb-2012 19:05
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Its actually a very clever move by Vodafone. The local community do the legwork around land purchase, permits etc and then vodafone come in and put the tower up and run it as a commercial operation. Good for tourism.

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