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# 38787 4-Aug-2009 12:14
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Speedtest












A speed test from my iPhone 3Gs on 2degrees

iPhone on 2degrees



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  # 242306 4-Aug-2009 12:18
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  # 242324 4-Aug-2009 12:53
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So the speedtest quite feasibly has just cost a couple of bucks?




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  # 242326 4-Aug-2009 12:58
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Probably, at 50c/mb

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  # 242353 4-Aug-2009 13:35
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Quite OT but how do you get the % indicator beside the battery icon?

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  # 242356 4-Aug-2009 13:39
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thegurio: Quite OT but how do you get the % indicator beside the battery icon?


Yes off-topic. BUT = Settings>General>Usage

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  # 242357 4-Aug-2009 13:40
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Its a 3.0 update isnt it?

How does your result on EDGE compare with GPRS on vodafone? If there is a significant speed increase it would really be a boon for us poor 2G iPhone users!

Ill still wait for the data plans for 2degrees!!




 


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  # 242389 4-Aug-2009 14:54
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i would have to travel outside of Auckland to test out the GPRS speeds roaming on Vodafone and i don't have any trips planned sorry




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  # 242399 4-Aug-2009 15:11
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bcourtney:
thegurio: Quite OT but how do you get the % indicator beside the battery icon?


Yes off-topic. BUT = Settings>General>Usage


Only iPhone 3GS though right?

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  # 242409 4-Aug-2009 15:28
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Which is why i cant find it on mine! It's only a 3G... Oh well - just another reason to upgrade. ;)

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  # 242421 4-Aug-2009 15:36
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SilentOne:
bcourtney:
thegurio: Quite OT but how do you get the % indicator beside the battery icon?


Yes off-topic. BUT = Settings>General>Usage


Only iPhone 3GS though right?


Ah. Right. Could very well be! My girlfriend has my old 3G now that I've upgraded so I can check tonight but it would seem that yourself and thegurio have already confirmed this :)

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  # 242513 4-Aug-2009 17:20
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Can't wait for them to finish rolling out their network nationwide. EDGE would be good in some of the smaller places that can't get 3G.

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pwner: i would have to travel outside of Auckland to test out the GPRS speeds roaming on Vodafone and i don't have any trips planned sorry
The line is, if I remember correctly, Henderson, Albany, Pukekohe.




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  # 242823 5-Aug-2009 08:41
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Can someone who has an iPhone on Vodafone turn off 3G and do a comparison test on their network?




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  # 242829 5-Aug-2009 08:52
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cisconz:
pwner: i would have to travel outside of Auckland to test out the GPRS speeds roaming on Vodafone and i don't have any trips planned sorry
The line is, if I remember correctly, Henderson, Albany, Pukekohe.


let me clear this up

2100mhz 3G starts at Orewa and ends in Drury/Pukekohe

Heading West Waitakere Rangers Vodafone is about to turn on a 3G 2100/900mhz site in Waima

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  # 242905 5-Aug-2009 11:16
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johnr:
let me clear this up

2100mhz 3G starts at Orewa and ends in Drury/Pukekohe

Heading West Waitakere Rangers Vodafone is about to turn on a 3G 2100/900mhz site in Waima

John


A bit OT I think. The issue is that in order to drop down to VF GPRS from 2degrees EDGE, you have to leave 2degrees coverage and roam onto VF. Nothing to do with where VF 3G coverage is or is not...




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