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# 39283 11-Aug-2009 19:17
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2Degrees have no coverage at all between the summit of the Rimutaka Hill all the way along State Highway 2 till the outskirts of Upper Hutt.... Yet theres Vodafone coverage the WHOLE way.... I'm guessing because its technically within the Wellington Area 2Degrees roaming agreement with Vodafone doesn't include the Vodafone site on the Kaitoke Hills and that sucks as theres a massive gap in coverage.... Maybe 2Degrees could rectify this?

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  # 245415 11-Aug-2009 23:04
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tritex: 2Degrees have no coverage at all between the summit of the Rimutaka Hill all the way along State Highway 2 till the outskirts of Upper Hutt.... Yet theres Vodafone coverage the WHOLE way.... I'm guessing because its technically within the Wellington Area 2Degrees roaming agreement with Vodafone doesn't include the Vodafone site on the Kaitoke Hills and that sucks as theres a massive gap in coverage.... Maybe 2Degrees could rectify this?



 

anyone else can confirm this?





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  # 245419 11-Aug-2009 23:11
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Maybe some areas where there is Voda signal but no 2DM signal are areas with newly errected or nearly ready to go 2DM towers.

 
 
 
 


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  # 245420 11-Aug-2009 23:13
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  # 245459 12-Aug-2009 06:14
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slippers: Maybe some areas where there is Voda signal but no 2DM signal are areas with newly errected or nearly ready to go 2DM towers.


Probably one of the ones opposed by the public for health reasons.  Meanwhile there is very little signal underneath a directional antenna!




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