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Topic # 151998 12-Sep-2014 17:10
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Hi all,
I have a client out in Waiheke - the less populated eastern side, that are really struggling with their internet. They are using Farmside Satellite, but the v high latency is causing them major headaches.
Just checking if anyone has used the Vodafone Rural 3/4G mobile data solution, or specifically anyone in the Waiheke region that might be able to assist with some alternative connectivity ideas.
Thanking in advance,

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  Reply # 1127351 12-Sep-2014 17:32
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There's this one: GulfInternet

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  Reply # 1127352 12-Sep-2014 17:33
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It runs to a regulation and shouldn't have an issue. If it cant meet that spec they wont install it..

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  Reply # 1127354 12-Sep-2014 17:46
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TimA: It runs to a regulation and shouldn't have an issue. If it cant meet that spec they wont install it..

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Sorry, can you clarify your post- are you referring to Vodafone RBI?



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  Reply # 1127436 12-Sep-2014 19:34
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zimbonz:
TimA: It runs to a regulation and shouldn't have an issue. If it cant meet that spec they wont install it..

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Sorry, can you clarify your post- are you referring to Vodafone RBI?




Yeah. When the tech goes out for the install the signal has to meet certain requirements before he/she signs off on it afaik.




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  Reply # 1127446 12-Sep-2014 20:10
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Ok, good to know, thanks.

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