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# 37276 10-Jul-2009 08:35
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Hey
For all you guys and girls that now have your iphone 3GS
Please let us all know what data speeds you are getting and which carrier you are on

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  # 233413 10-Jul-2009 09:11
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try...ing to post....gpr...s.....rest...rictive. Lol

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  # 233455 10-Jul-2009 09:47
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Ive not tested the data speeds yet, but yesterday i test apps loading against my old iphone. Huge improvement.

 
 
 
 


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  # 233644 10-Jul-2009 13:27
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wonder what the sales figures are like also? Yet to play with the new S




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  # 233674 10-Jul-2009 14:17
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3GS




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  # 233683 10-Jul-2009 14:33
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Just getting my new xt sim card at the moment where should I do a speed test?

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  # 233686 10-Jul-2009 14:37
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download the speedtest.net app from the app store

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  # 233690 10-Jul-2009 14:40
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Can someone on Voda download the speedtest.net app (it's free) and post a screenie. I am interested to compare them.




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  # 233724 10-Jul-2009 15:37
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I can't upload an image until I get home.. But I'm in central wellington and I get:

116k down, 117k up


Yay Vodafone.



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  # 233731 10-Jul-2009 15:46
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Buttonmash: I can't upload an image until I get home.. But I'm in central wellington and I get:



116k down, 117k up





Yay Vodafone.



LOL im getting 2mps on Iphone 3G on XT

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  # 233748 10-Jul-2009 16:04
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I just re-ran it. This time I get:

321k down, 232k up!


See how I feel about an early termination fee at the end of september when my 3gig per month expires...

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  # 233771 10-Jul-2009 16:39
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Hey guys,

Just wondering for those of you who have bought on contract, and are looking too break are you sure that the fee is on $350? (say your on a iphone $40 per month plan). They do detail this on vodafone.co.nz and i have asked the staff in the vodafone stores, but i also have heard vodafone will try to get the remainder of the contract out of you, eg: cancel after one month you would have to pay for the remaining 23 months!

Please tell me i'm wrong about this!

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  # 233777 10-Jul-2009 16:48
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Here I ran the test in Auckland CBD a couple of times. The download speed peaked over 1000kbps but it happened only once.

http://bit.ly/Vfexo



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  # 233804 10-Jul-2009 17:36
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 iphone 3G

My iphone 3G not 3GS

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  # 233815 10-Jul-2009 18:21
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hayden01: Hey guys,



Just wondering for those of you who have bought on contract, and are looking too break are you sure that the fee is on $350? (say your on a iphone $40 per month plan). They do detail this on vodafone.co.nz and i have asked the staff in the vodafone stores, but i also have heard vodafone will try to get the remainder of the contract out of you, eg: cancel after one month you would have to pay for the remaining 23 months!



Please tell me i'm wrong about this!


On the Vodafone Australia site they do that...taking remaining months and you have to pay for it. Can't find anything similar on Vodafone NZ.

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