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  Reply # 1117647 29-Aug-2014 00:10
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4G must be getting close in Massey - West Auckland. A network search shows a 2dm 4G signal, but they must still be in setup/testing phase because it isn't yet available when you try to register onto it. Exciting times!

Suspect I've had some luck with 3G dual carrier in this area lately as well. Getting 10Mbps speed tests on which is pretty good.

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  Reply # 1117653 29-Aug-2014 00:54
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So when's 2Degrees 4G coming to Whangarei? We already have Vodafone 4G here and I'm waiting to jump on the 2D 4G bandwagon!





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  Reply # 1122271 5-Sep-2014 07:16
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Woke up this morning to see the 4G icon, yay!
Wellington CBD/Te Aro here, top of Willis.

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  Reply # 1122277 5-Sep-2014 07:34
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And Newtown! 95 down and 26 up

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  Reply # 1122290 5-Sep-2014 08:05
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indapie2000: Woke up this morning to see the 4G icon, yay!
Wellington CBD/Te Aro here, top of Willis.


demdix: And Newtown! 95 down and 26 up


WHOOP WHOOP!

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  Reply # 1122343 5-Sep-2014 09:42
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And on Ellice St in Mt Vic

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  Reply # 1122345 5-Sep-2014 09:45
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And at the Railway Station, Thorndon, Beehive areas

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  Reply # 1122358 5-Sep-2014 10:15
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  Reply # 1122361 5-Sep-2014 10:25
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Today Wellington 4g on LG e975 but 100mb 2 wks to go

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Reply # 1122471 5-Sep-2014 11:58
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YAY, I love my 4G in Welly!

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  Reply # 1122641 5-Sep-2014 16:15
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Nothing from Porirua to CBD on the motorway but solid Boulcott Street to Mt Vic tunnel, Newtown, Kilbirnie and on the eastern side of the airport.

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  Reply # 1122781 5-Sep-2014 21:37
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4g at Wellington hospital




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  Reply # 1124890 9-Sep-2014 11:23
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JFI we've updated our coverage map to show where you'll get 4G signal - Coverage map 

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  Reply # 1124898 9-Sep-2014 11:34
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2DegreesCare: JFI we've updated our coverage map to show where you'll get 4G signal - Coverage map 


It doesn't seem to have worked.  I put in my work address (181 Featherston Street, Wellington) and the coverage map says I don't have 4G which is not right as my phone has been showing 4G here since Thursday last week.

Is there some delay for the update to be published?

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  Reply # 1124916 9-Sep-2014 11:51
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graemeh:
2DegreesCare: JFI we've updated our coverage map to show where you'll get 4G signal - Coverage map 


It doesn't seem to have worked.  I put in my work address (181 Featherston Street, Wellington) and the coverage map says I don't have 4G which is not right as my phone has been showing 4G here since Thursday last week.

Is there some delay for the update to be published?


Shows coverage at that address for me.




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