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  Reply # 193399 2-Feb-2009 13:44
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excellent, how do you do that?? i really should find out!





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  Reply # 193403 2-Feb-2009 13:51
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Somehow I have the feeling all this hype were getting into will be a bit of a letdown. Especially when NZ Comms is only releasing their network in three cities, with this small coverage they will have to have higher costs to accommodate for those people who are roaming on Vodafone…

 

Are we going to have a Loss Leader / Loss looser coming?


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  Reply # 193429 2-Feb-2009 15:25
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Here it is, the green box by it has to contact NZCL on it - its in red writing, so from a distance I thought it was vodafone.



Maybe they are only 3g ones tho, which would be inline with what I would expect being that they are only doing 2100 3G.




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  Reply # 193438 2-Feb-2009 15:45
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The NZCL sites are all being supplied by the same company and they look like this mostly nationwide... From what I can tell its a 2/3g panel.

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  Reply # 193439 2-Feb-2009 15:53
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Yup stock standard NZ Comms site that!

Let down hmmm??, if their GSM foot print is as good as it looks like it will be, for many they will be a great option and the roaming to vodafone will only effect some of the their base some of the time.

3 main centres covers most of the population remember and they will do that base very well.

Its going to be really interesting in the mobile voice market in the next 12 months, let alone the mobile broadband market






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