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  # 242973 5-Aug-2009 12:48
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Looking for iPhone friendly 3G in 97% of NZ? Why not try Telecom XT ;)

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  # 243164 5-Aug-2009 18:44
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I don't have an IPhone, but this is what I get on Vodafone GPRS in Whakatane. It's not flash.

It would be good to get EDGE in these smaller centres, there's a heap of devices around allready that support it!


 
 
 
 


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  # 243260 5-Aug-2009 22:12
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krusta: Looking for iPhone friendly 3G in 97% of NZ? Why not try Telecom XT ;)

Because he has a 2G phone

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  # 243271 5-Aug-2009 22:27
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Hi, I've been having some problems with my 2G iPhone that I NEEEED fixed. I made a post 15 minutes ago but no ones replied :( txts and calls aren't coming through properly

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  # 243274 5-Aug-2009 22:30
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Have you downloaded the carrier bundle?

http://www.iphonewzealand.co.nz/tag/carrier-bundle/

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  # 243285 5-Aug-2009 22:38
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Carrier bundle?

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  # 243310 5-Aug-2009 23:28
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tomisbetterthanu: Carrier bundle?

Go to that site, and follow the instructions to load all of the 2 degrees settings onto your iPhone. That will ensure that your iPhone can function as you need it to on 2 degrees.

It will NOT harm your phone in any way. There is detailed FAQ on the site:

http://www.iphonewzealand.co.nz/faqs/iphone-faqs/

Scroll down to "Carrier Bundle FAQs"

And watch out - data is EXPENSIVE at 50c/Mb.

 
 
 
 


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  # 243431 6-Aug-2009 12:39
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johnr:
cisconz: 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
John

I was talking about the 2degrees line not the 3g one.




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