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# 205755 25-Nov-2016 15:43
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My cousin (yes, the one who tried to get rural fibre) has been told about Wireless Nation. He is keen to get it, but I just went to their site yet couldn't find a coverage map or anything. Instead, there's some form you have complete like you want to sign up. He doesn't want to sign up (yet), just wants to see what he can get. I'm not sure if RBI is available where is either - this is just out of Blackball on the West Coast.

 

Anyone know of some coverage maps (apart from Vodafone's RBI one) that I could look at, specifically for Wireless Nation? Anyone here with them? If so, are they any good?


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  # 1677496 25-Nov-2016 15:47
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If it's an RBI service then the RBI coverage maps are going to all be the same as Vodafone's because it is their network.

 

 




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  # 1677503 25-Nov-2016 16:03
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Problem is I don't know if it is an RBI service or not.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1677509 25-Nov-2016 16:21
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http://wirelessnation.co.nz/rural/products/rbi-broadband-coverage

 

It seems that are a RBI reseller. The map on their site is literally Vodafone's coverage map





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