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Topic # 107431 11-Aug-2012 14:44
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I have reset my nokia 5230 to recover memory and I notice in connectivity that the network is 2degrees.
Internet etc is still Vodafone. Does anybody know?

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  Reply # 671101 11-Aug-2012 17:28
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Nothing showing on my iPhone, still only showing Voda and Telecom in Cam East.
Will be good when it does happen!!!

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  Reply # 671103 11-Aug-2012 17:32
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There is a 2degress site there, also Matamata.
Not sure if Cambridge site is live - most likely yes.
I know Matamata site is live.




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  Reply # 671109 11-Aug-2012 17:52
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Ventura: Nothing showing on my iPhone, still only showing Voda and Telecom in Cam East.
Will be good when it does happen!!!



I am in Wordsworth st in Leamington. I will scout around tomorrow. I am looking at buying a Vodafone USB modem so I may wait a while.

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  Reply # 671142 11-Aug-2012 19:51
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Just had another look on another phone and showing 2Degrees.

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  Reply # 671518 12-Aug-2012 18:10
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Just checked my phone, it's using 2degrees. I'm in Cambridge East.

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  Reply # 671839 13-Aug-2012 14:56
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You're probably picking up the signal from Airport Road, Hamilton.



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  Reply # 671846 13-Aug-2012 15:07
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2DegreesCare: You're probably picking up the signal from Airport Road, Hamilton.


be stretching it a bit Airport Road would be 20k's away !

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  Reply # 671910 13-Aug-2012 18:20
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I happened to be walking around Cambridge on Saturday. I saw a portable cell site set up behind some shops in Victoria St. I pulled out my phone and sure enough, I had full bars of 2degrees. I don't know whether this cell was a 2degrees site or one of the other carriers, but I know it's there and that I definitely did have 2degrees coverage.



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  Reply # 672242 14-Aug-2012 13:47
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JoshWright: I happened to be walking around Cambridge on Saturday. I saw a portable cell site set up behind some shops in Victoria St. I pulled out my phone and sure enough, I had full bars of 2degrees. I don't know whether this cell was a 2degrees site or one of the other carriers, but I know it's there and that I definitely did have 2degrees coverage.



which shops or general area in Victoria is it? I will go and take a look.
I cant wait for Cambridge to be in 2degrees data zone. Do 2degrees publish a roll out of new sites?

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  Reply # 672254 14-Aug-2012 14:03
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I can confirm that the cellsite on the trailer outside of the cambridge exchange is a 2 degreees site but i am not sure if its live or not

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  Reply # 672438 14-Aug-2012 19:14
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GEOMAX:
JoshWright: I happened to be walking around Cambridge on Saturday. I saw a portable cell site set up behind some shops in Victoria St. I pulled out my phone and sure enough, I had full bars of 2degrees. I don't know whether this cell was a 2degrees site or one of the other carriers, but I know it's there and that I definitely did have 2degrees coverage.



which shops or general area in Victoria is it? I will go and take a look.
I cant wait for Cambridge to be in 2degrees data zone. Do 2degrees publish a roll out of new sites?


It was down the walkway to Wilson St between the GPO Bar & Brasserie and the AMI insurance office. 



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  Reply # 672565 14-Aug-2012 23:13
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JoshWright:
GEOMAX:
JoshWright: I happened to be walking around Cambridge on Saturday. I saw a portable cell site set up behind some shops in Victoria St. I pulled out my phone and sure enough, I had full bars of 2degrees. I don't know whether this cell was a 2degrees site or one of the other carriers, but I know it's there and that I definitely did have 2degrees coverage.



which shops or general area in Victoria is it? I will go and take a look.
I cant wait for Cambridge to be in 2degrees data zone. Do 2degrees publish a roll out of new sites?


It was down the walkway to Wilson St between the GPO Bar & Brasserie and the AMI insurance office. 


that is the Cambridge exchange site. I will have a look tomorrow.

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  Reply # 672606 15-Aug-2012 08:51
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Here it is:







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  Reply # 672782 15-Aug-2012 12:49
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Hi guys,

I can confirm it's a COW (cell on wheels).

We've got 7 of them dotted around the country at the following sites -

Matamata
Cambridge
Blenheim (3 sites)
Picton
Cromwell

These give more of our customers access to mobile broadband around New Zealand.

Cheers
^POB

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  Reply # 672822 15-Aug-2012 13:59
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2DegreesCare: Hi guys,

I can confirm it's a COW (cell on wheels).

We've got 7 of them dotted around the country at the following sites -

Matamata
Cambridge
Blenheim (3 sites)
Picton
Cromwell

These give more of our customers access to mobile broadband around New Zealand.

Cheers
^POB


We call them COWs because we can MOOVE them around.




iPad Air + iPhone SE + 2degrees 4tw!

These comments are my own and do not represent the opinions of 2degrees.


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