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Topic # 195011 2-Apr-2016 20:09
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Hi guys, just wondering if anyone knows if there are any plans to bring LTE into Howick, Pakuranga and Bucklands Beach out in eastern Auckland any time soon? Been using 2degrees on a secondary sim card since launch and keen to bring my main number over but just noticed this on the coverage maps.

 

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  Reply # 1524878 2-Apr-2016 21:36
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it's probably "coming soon" forever like the other areas of Auckland they've missed.  that said, browns bay got LTE recently.

 

 


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  Reply # 1526447 5-Apr-2016 17:22
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I'd be happy to get more than 2 bars of signal


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1526840 6-Apr-2016 11:30
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xor:

 

I'd be happy to get more than 2 bars of signal

 

 

 

 

Where abouts you located? On my daily commute from Howick to Auckland CBD, the signal on my 2D phone is pretty decent. Especially on the train ride from Panmure to Britomart, I stay on LTE more than on my main phone (Spark).


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