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Topic # 109913 28-Sep-2012 21:15
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Post your Speedtest results and share what speeds you are getting with your new iPhone 5 with carrier and Location  :)

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  Reply # 693174 28-Sep-2012 21:31
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Auckland CBD Vodafone 10am




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Reply # 693264 29-Sep-2012 07:51
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Hey, that’s super Fast Download Speeds ah !! Cool I want one much faster than my iPhone 4 ah 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 694684 2-Oct-2012 10:23
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Test Date: Oct 2, 2012 10:15 AM
Connection Type: Cellular
Server: Wellington
Download: 2.04 Mbps
Upload: 0.51 Mbps
Ping: 129 ms


Latitude: -41.2304
Longitude: 175.4851





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  Reply # 695194 2-Oct-2012 22:15
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johnr: Auckland CBD Vodafone 10am





Do something please Telecom...



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  Reply # 695230 2-Oct-2012 23:12
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soon enough telecom will deploy Dual Carrier enabled sites.
Vodafone currently has quite a few running atm




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  Reply # 695231 2-Oct-2012 23:14
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joutei: soon enough telecom will deploy Dual Carrier enabled sites.
Vodafone currently has quite a few running atm


Numbers increasing everyday :) Well week days not the weekend

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  Reply # 695235 2-Oct-2012 23:24
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johnr:
joutei: soon enough telecom will deploy Dual Carrier enabled sites.
Vodafone currently has quite a few running atm


Numbers increasing everyday :) Well week days not the weekend

Come on johnr, get off your behind, grab the Red Helicopter and do some weekend work :)




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  Reply # 695237 2-Oct-2012 23:29
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Download: 2.04 Mbps
Upload: 0.51 Mbps

Still a fair way to go before we see any improvement here in the numbers above, I suspect!





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  Reply # 695238 2-Oct-2012 23:31
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Geektastic: Download: 2.04 Mbps
Upload: 0.51 Mbps

Still a fair way to go before we see any improvement here in the numbers above, I suspect!


Well it would depend on location

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  Reply # 695242 2-Oct-2012 23:50
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Here's mine. Done near Basque Park, Mt Eden, Auckland at 11.46pm.



Telecom's been pretty good even without dual-carrier. Would love to see the sort of speeds they can offer when Dual-carrier is up and running.



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  Reply # 695243 2-Oct-2012 23:58
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Wow nice speeds on telecom's network.

Vodafone's speed ? faster then my ADSL! :D

@Coffeebaron knows all about my complicated wiring !

Im so keen to try some vodafone speed tests when I get my iPhone 5.
Might do the same with my brothers Lumia 920 if and when he gets it :) .




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  Reply # 695244 3-Oct-2012 00:09
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johnr:
Geektastic: Download: 2.04 Mbps
Upload: 0.51 Mbps

Still a fair way to go before we see any improvement here in the numbers above, I suspect!


Well it would depend on location


85km from Wellington.





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  Reply # 695245 3-Oct-2012 00:10
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joutei: Wow nice speeds on telecom's network.

Vodafone's speed ? faster then my ADSL! :D

@Coffeebaron knows all about my complicated wiring !

Im so keen to try some vodafone speed tests when I get my iPhone 5.
Might do the same with my brothers Lumia 920 if and when he gets it :) .


Vodafone speed on that cell network is 26Mbps faster than my ADSL!!!







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  Reply # 695247 3-Oct-2012 00:12
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haha, the advancements in technology. Gota love it :)




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  Reply # 695248 3-Oct-2012 00:20
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iPhone 4S on Telecom NZ :)




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