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  # 1012668 25-Mar-2014 19:46
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What is 2Degrees coverage like?

I'm on Vodafone currently in Auckland, would I notice a difference?  I have a S3mini and find I have good internet coverage most places I go.  Ie I can do facebook at the supermarket or check my bank account and transfer money from one account to the other.

I really like the appeal of this carryover deal.  But not sure I want to change networks yet.




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  # 1012685 25-Mar-2014 19:51
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kiwipearls: What is 2Degrees coverage like?

I'm on Vodafone currently in Auckland, would I notice a difference?  I have a S3mini and find I have good internet coverage most places I go.  Ie I can do facebook at the supermarket or check my bank account and transfer money from one account to the other.

I really like the appeal of this carryover deal.  But not sure I want to change networks yet.


I think you'll find it's good enough for that. :-)




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  # 1013037 26-Mar-2014 11:30
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kiwipearls: What is 2Degrees coverage like?

I'm on Vodafone currently in Auckland, would I notice a difference?  I have a S3mini and find I have good internet coverage most places I go.  Ie I can do facebook at the supermarket or check my bank account and transfer money from one account to the other.

I really like the appeal of this carryover deal.  But not sure I want to change networks yet.


Here's some of our customers talking about our coverage -

Give us a go, SIMs cost just $5, come in all sizes and available pretty much anywhere in dairies, supermarkets and petrol stations, here's our Store Locator http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/storelocator

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