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  Reply # 1077327 30-Jun-2014 20:46
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where is the Lumia 635 in the list of 4G ready phones on the 4G subsite?


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  Reply # 1077337 30-Jun-2014 21:06
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This sounds like the excuse my wife needs for me to buy a 4G phone.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1077752 1-Jul-2014 12:30
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Surely people who are waiting for a update can just flash the newest modem for there device? Should be no need to wait.

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  Reply # 1077788 1-Jul-2014 12:46
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Hi

Does anybody know why my S4 (telecom) can't connect with 4G in newmarket.

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  Reply # 1078179 1-Jul-2014 19:40
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Yay 2D's. Didn't have to do anything and my Xperia z1 compact connected to LTE when I got to work this morning. Smiley Face

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nzrock: Hi

Does anybody know why my S4 (telecom) can't connect with 4G in newmarket.

Greg


Hi Greg

The 4G rollout should be released next week w/c 7th July then you'll get the 4G goodness! ;0)

Cheers
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  Reply # 1078563 2-Jul-2014 12:37
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nzrock: Hi

Does anybody know why my S4 (telecom) can't connect with 4G in newmarket.

Greg


Hi Greg

The 4G rollout should be released next week w/c 7th July then you'll get the 4G goodness! ;0)

Cheers
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  Reply # 1079612 3-Jul-2014 19:40
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When is 4g rolling out to Massey West Auckland as it stops at Te Atatu

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  Reply # 1079689 3-Jul-2014 23:22
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Do you guys have a @johnr who live tweets every time a new site goes live? :D

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eXDee: Do you guys have a @johnr who live tweets every time a new site goes live? :D


Nope; JohnR is truly unique. :-)




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  Reply # 1080804 4-Jul-2014 10:56
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SaltyNZ:
eXDee: Do you guys have a @johnr who live tweets every time a new site goes live? :D


Nope; JohnR is truly unique. :-)


Very diplomatic, bravo ;-)

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Neiljd55: When is 4g rolling out to Massey West Auckland as it stops at Te Atatu


Don't feel bad. It doesn't cover all of Te Atatu yet. I can (sometimes) get it in my house, but am yet to get 4G coverage in the town centre.

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Reply # 1081364 5-Jul-2014 11:17
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the firmware update for my telecom s4 arrived this morning

in my dining room I am getting 4 bars of 4G - 75.34 mbps down & 22.68mbps up on speedtest.
better than my vdsl connection

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  Reply # 1082160 7-Jul-2014 08:21
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does this mean that performance for normal users is going to down even further in the case of power outages etc?

ie will be there qos on bandwidth giving 3g users as much share as 4g users. 

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  Reply # 1082164 7-Jul-2014 08:49
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mercutio: does this mean that performance for normal users is going to down even further in the case of power outages etc?

ie will be there qos on bandwidth giving 3g users as much share as 4g users. 


3G performance will probably benefit within the 4G coverage area as some heavy users move to 4G. You wouldn't want to prioritise 4G over 3G as it is still only available to a smaller subset of subscribers.




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