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Ultimate Geek

# 38934 6-Aug-2009 11:41
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So who does 2Degrees use as a carrier – they obviously have not built a new NZ wide network of towers?

Why work on Wednesday and stuff up 2 good long weekends

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Ultimate Geek

  # 243411 6-Aug-2009 11:49
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Outside of Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown they use Vodafone.

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  # 243412 6-Aug-2009 11:49
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you really should do a quick look around the forum or the net before posting messages like this.

it is well publicised that 2degrees have ~435 sites of their own in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch with the remaining of the 97% coverage they offer being through national roaming with Vodafone.

Any posts are personal comments and not that of my employer


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Ultimate Geek

  # 243415 6-Aug-2009 11:55
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Maybe however, a nice sticky 2degrees FAQ thread should be created like the one that was created for XT.

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  # 243417 6-Aug-2009 11:58
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friedCrumpet: Agreed.

Maybe however, a nice sticky 2degrees FAQ thread should be created like the one that was created for XT.

Good idea. I will create one this afternoon.

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