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#191772 16-Feb-2016 07:02
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So I got this pop up on my phone when I was in Queenstown over the long weekend. I guess 2 degrees doesnt get full data rights when it's busy. I was at the Fat Freddy's Drop concert at Peregrine winery






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  #1492979 16-Feb-2016 07:40
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Not sure what that is, never seen anything like it before. National roaming in Queenstown isn't locked out (and in the town itself we have had our own coverage since day 1, more or less).





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  #1492986 16-Feb-2016 08:03
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My wife experienced that on a few occasions during our recent two week road trip around the North Island including places like Rotorua, Matakana, areas of Whangapaora




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  #1493059 16-Feb-2016 10:03
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Hi

 

It's not a 2degrees generated message. Did you have Data roaming on and Network operators on Automatic so it will switch between ours and our roaming network? 

 

If you see it again please PM us your details - 

 

  • Your 2degrees number
  • Phone make/model
  • Exact location
  • Time/date 
  • Signal showing on screen at the time. 

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  #1493078 16-Feb-2016 10:21
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Hi Ralph

 

You have all the details for me.

 

 

 

I had data roaming on and network selection on automatic. If you want my mobile number to have a look, let me know.

 

 

 

Peregrine Winery is in Gibbston Valley, about 30 mins drive from Queenstown.


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  #1493154 16-Feb-2016 11:43
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darkasdes2:

 

Hi Ralph

 

You have all the details for me.

 

 

 

I had data roaming on and network selection on automatic. If you want my mobile number to have a look, let me know.

 

 

 

Peregrine Winery is in Gibbston Valley, about 30 mins drive from Queenstown.

 

 

That will be roaming country. Can you PM us your number and phone make/model please, we don't have that info. 

 

Thanks

 

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