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  Reply # 695765 3-Oct-2012 19:18
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what about 2degrees? anyone?

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  Reply # 699842 11-Oct-2012 17:44
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  Reply # 699897 11-Oct-2012 19:44
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Has anybody seen good upstream results from the iPhone5?

I've heard of fairly average results on Vodafone sites in Wellington that are typically delivering ~3.5Mbps upstream on my SGS III.


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  Reply # 701100 14-Oct-2012 19:47
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Is the Ip5 the only device that supports Dual Carrier at the moment?

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  Reply # 701101 14-Oct-2012 19:48
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Ham: Is the Ip5 the only device that supports Dual Carrier at the moment?


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  Reply # 701104 14-Oct-2012 19:59
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Ham: Is the Ip5 the only device that supports Dual Carrier at the moment?


Samsung have also created a number of DC devices for the US market including a SGS II model. It really surprised me the SGS III wasn't a DC device.

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  Reply # 701399 15-Oct-2012 12:19
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sbiddle:  It really surprised me the SGS III wasn't a DC device.


Maybe that's "The next big thing" lol

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  Reply # 702256 16-Oct-2012 22:11
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Hi there, I have an iPhone 5 on Vodafone network with 45$ smart plan. However, I do not get 20-45 Mbps speed claimed by others even when I'm in Auckland CBD. The maximum speed I've ever got was 11 Mbps. Is this because of the particular plan I'm using?

Thanks in advance :)

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iAMmvp: Hi there, I have an iPhone 5 on Vodafone network with 45$ smart plan. However, I do not get 20-45 Mbps speed claimed by others even when I'm in Auckland CBD. The maximum speed I've ever got was 11 Mbps. Is this because of the particular plan I'm using?

Thanks in advance :)


No not related to plan

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  Reply # 704585 22-Oct-2012 10:30
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chch is slow...did tests all over chch at different time of the day




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  Reply # 704858 23-Oct-2012 00:17
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iPhone 5 telecom NZ @ 12:17 AM





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  Reply # 704874 23-Oct-2012 07:32
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mrphil: chch is slow...did tests all over chch at different time of the day



The only slow test I can see is the last one, Why do you think 3 to 8Mbps DL is slow?

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  Reply # 704885 23-Oct-2012 08:10
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cause you got close to 30Mbps



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  Reply # 705016 23-Oct-2012 11:52
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mrphil: cause you got close to 30Mbps



That depends on your location, your probably weren't
connected to a dual carrier site. Also depends on network traffic , time of day.




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iPhone 5 in Wellington CBD (near Parliament) on Telecom.

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