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  Reply # 148975 17-Jul-2008 19:57
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scottjpalmer: I see the have changed their ID from NZ 24 to NZ COMMS.

Good times are coming when you have the choice of 3 providers from a single device!

NZ 24 (or 530 24) is just the network code, the phone adds the name "NZ COMMS", from it's internal network database.




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man this should be good. finaly see some competition i wonder how they are going to launch hopefully like  other cell phone networks in aussie they start handing out free phones :D

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 148979 17-Jul-2008 20:10
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Ahh thanks

So the newest N95 firmware must have had NZ COMMS added to it and that phone must have that firmware onboard?

Every other reference I have seen has been NZ 24

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  Reply # 149073 18-Jul-2008 08:51
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scottjpalmer: Ahh thanks

So the newest N95 firmware must have had NZ COMMS added to it and that phone must have that firmware onboard?

Every other reference I have seen has been NZ 24

Yes, that is correct. Also, the the other reason it would say NZ 24, instead of just the code 530 24; is because 530 is the New Zealand code, so the phone already interpreted this part of it. Same goes for Telecoms new network: NZ 05 (or 530 05)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_Network_Code




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  Reply # 149160 18-Jul-2008 14:12
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Thanks for the info.

(I can verify my new Nokia E71 has the Telecom NZ update, I'll have to head into Auckland to verify the NZ Comms one but I assume it will be the same)


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  Reply # 149176 18-Jul-2008 15:13
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See my post here for Telecom discussion
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=39&TopicId=24228




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  Reply # 149301 18-Jul-2008 21:05
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On Waiuku Road near Glenbrook Station Road and on Brookside Road/Glenbrook Beach Road intersection. They are both hill top locations - how far south is the southernmost site? I have seen the one in Drury but last time I checked it wasn't live. Is there one in Karaka or Clarks Beach somewhere? Or will the above be coming across the water from Hillsborough or Mangere or thereabouts?

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  Reply # 149306 18-Jul-2008 21:19
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Could be from across the water. Hard to tell without being able to see signal strength. I'll upload a picture of one of their towers for ya (next few days once I've snapped one)




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  Reply # 149308 18-Jul-2008 21:24
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They are all the same I take it, like the one in Drury right by the motorway and the one just south of Mangere Bridge beside the motorway?

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