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  Reply # 1911889 2-Dec-2017 08:10
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The 2D network has really improved over the last 12 to 18 months

I was on VodafoneNZ for 20 years and recently changed over and no issues

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  Reply # 1911890 2-Dec-2017 08:20
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SaltyNZ: Switching providers is pretty easy these days. :-)


True but no point if your phone is not WiFi calling capable.




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  Reply # 1911944 2-Dec-2017 11:09
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old3eyes:
SaltyNZ: Switching providers is pretty easy these days. :-)


True but no point if your phone is not WiFi calling capable.

 

 

 

I assume @am289 does have one, or they wouldn't be inquiring. In any case although it's only S8 today, it will be iPhone soon, and others to come (although that's not my area so I don't know exactly what). Either way that's true of any provider, not just us.





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  Reply # 1911948 2-Dec-2017 12:06
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SaltyNZ:

old3eyes:
SaltyNZ: Switching providers is pretty easy these days. :-)


True but no point if your phone is not WiFi calling capable.


 


I assume @am289 does have one, or they wouldn't be inquiring. In any case although it's only S8 today, it will be iPhone soon, and others to come (although that's not my area so I don't know exactly what). Either way that's true of any provider, not just us.



So if the S8 works, what does it take to get the iPhone working then? I’m already on the latest Beta from Apple so it’s not them...?

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PhantomNVD: So if the S8 works, what does it take to get the iPhone working then? I’m already on the latest Beta from Apple so it’s not them...?

 

It's not the OS but rather the 2degrees "bundle" that sits on top. Apple needs to approve and release it.


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  Reply # 1912255 3-Dec-2017 13:33
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iOS 11.2 is out this morning, might want to give that a go to see if it works now.

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danza: iOS 11.2 is out this morning, might want to give that a go to see if it works now.


It's a carrier bundle which is very different to a iOS update

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danza: iOS 11.2 is out this morning, might want to give that a go to see if it works now.


It's a carrier bundle which is very different to a iOS update

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So if you didn't buy your phone from 2D you're not going to get the update??





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  Reply # 1912533 4-Dec-2017 10:22
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old3eyes:

 

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danza: iOS 11.2 is out this morning, might want to give that a go to see if it works now.


It's a carrier bundle which is very different to a iOS update

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So if you didn't buy your phone from 2D you're not going to get the update??

 

 

The iPhone will detect a 2D SIM and change the carrier bundle

 

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Linux:

 

old3eyes:

 

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danza: iOS 11.2 is out this morning, might want to give that a go to see if it works now.


It's a carrier bundle which is very different to a iOS update

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So if you didn't buy your phone from 2D you're not going to get the update??

 

 

The iPhone will detect a 2D SIM and change the carrier bundle

 

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Thanx  :-)





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Just bought new IPhone 6 from HN. Will this phone be capable?

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paparata: Just bought new IPhone 6 from HN. Will this phone be capable?

 

Only the Samsung S8 and S8+ are approved at the moment as per the media release

 

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Thanks. I should have mentioned that when iPhone is made capable by 2D, will iPhone 6 be one of the versions?

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@2degreescare any update when service is going live?

 

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paparata: Thanks. I should have mentioned that when iPhone is made capable by 2D, will iPhone 6 be one of the versions?

 

 

 

I believe any iPhone with iOS 11 will be supported, so 5s and newer.





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