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  #2477759 6-May-2020 12:38
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Well doesn't this just smell like "sh** they notice, lets remove it"

 



@tripp Say what are you on about? 2d had this in place for a business reason and now they can remove the speed restriction

 

A business reason they did not tell paying customers they were doing and reduced speeds to a point where apps etc would not work but were still fine to charge full price and did not have it anywhere on their website. Even 2degrees on geekzone said it wasn't happening until vodafone came out with "it's not us".

 

This is like having sky tv or another provider limit video to 480p.

 

If a company is going to add "restrictions" to their products they must be VERY clear about them.


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@Spong Looks like 2d has made a good change to the D/L speed when roaming onto Vodafone anyone able to test? I can tonight when driving home

 

 

This is great news. It's a pity lockdown means we can't get over to Great Barrier Island yet to try this. 





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  #2478427 7-May-2020 08:49
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I did some testing last night and it's sooooooooooooo much better, Very pleased to see the D/L speed now doing around 8 - 10Mbp/s last night


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