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Topic # 65675 5-Aug-2010 15:06
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Hi iPhone lovers and users,

As promised here it is:

iPhone 4 Dunedin Speed Test XT vs. Vodafone
Would value your comments and thoughts :) 

A youtube video summary is uploading as I type. 

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  Reply # 363699 5-Aug-2010 15:15
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Anything I suggest or say is my own thoughts and not provided by anyone else unless stated



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  Reply # 363707 5-Aug-2010 15:20
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That's not the Youtube video I'm referring to. I'm comparing Apples to Apples lol

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  Reply # 363913 5-Aug-2010 21:11
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Thanks for that, good reading and confirmed my own thoughts that the XT data network is a lot better than the Vodafone data network. Guess I have a hard choice to make with regards to carrier when I finally get a iPhone 4.

EDIT - In Mosgiel, another 2100MHz deadzone



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  Reply # 363943 5-Aug-2010 21:56
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Cheers NZKiwiman! You are welcome.

Here is the video summary/version! Enjoy Laughing 

iPhone 4 Speed Testing Video - Vodafone vs. XT











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