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  Reply # 2075027 17-Aug-2018 20:38
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hio77:

sbiddle:


nakedmolerat:


looks like vodafone reseller



They will be running their own network.


There are a number of other operators apart from Vodafone, Spark and 2degrees that have LTE deployed in NZ. There is plenty of equipment available from smaller wireless providers (Baicells being a classic example) that are a fraction of the cost of equipment from the big telco providers. There are also a number of bands this equipment can be operated in outside the normal LTE bands.



I've always expected they would be under the bandwidth to really offer such a service....


Unless they are under Compass/Bluereach's spectrum?


 


Their site is a tad misleading as their coverage map does use vodafones's for RBI.



ah kool. i assume vodafone reseller because first thing i check was rural coverage - which appears to be same as vodafone footprint.





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  Reply # 2075082 17-Aug-2018 23:13
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Where is the map for this? I have a friend who may find some use from this because adsl and bodycorp leave them with useless internet.





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  Reply # 2075122 18-Aug-2018 08:28
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I'd be interested to see what they mean by "CBD" on their coverage map too - it would cover a pretty large area.

 

Makes me think of Wired Country or whatever they were called - could only get it if you had a strong enough signal from the Sky Tower.


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