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Topic # 9258 2-Sep-2006 20:15
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Anyone know the current state of rollout ?

About 2 weeks ago I found...

 no WIFI in Christchurch
 Was just being installed in Wellie
  Up and running in both lounges in Auckland


The Wellington pwd was "Boeing747"

Auckland was "1A2B3C4D5E"



The nice man in the cisco shirt who was hidding the WAP in the ceiling in the Wellington Koru lounge said that the access to the WIFI network would be standardised soon - and would be different.

Sydney Koru lounge - you can pickup the Firstclasss WIFI network if you sit close to the dividing wall - but it seems to be rather intermittant.





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  Reply # 45211 2-Sep-2006 20:17
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ALSO - has anyone compiled a list of free WIFI hot spots in NZ yet - or accomodation offering free broadband ?

FYI - Southern Cross appts in Wellie (both sites have cabled free broadband)

Free WIFI in Wellie - Te Papa


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  Reply # 45213 2-Sep-2006 20:48
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There is a wireless hotspot finder here on Geekzone on the front page.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 45225 2-Sep-2006 21:03
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Many thanks - and apologies for not having read forum usage guidelines -and for anything I did wrong with posting.


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Reply # 45228 2-Sep-2006 21:08
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Hmmm? Nothing wrong in participating and asking.





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