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Topic # 42905 14-Oct-2009 11:40
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Hi

What Towers does 2Degress use when you are using your 2degrees moblile.



  • Vodafone?

  • Telecom?

  • there own?



Thank you..




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  Reply # 263856 14-Oct-2009 11:57
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Depends outside 2D coverage they use Vodafone

2D have their own masts about the place and some sites are co located

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  Reply # 263867 14-Oct-2009 13:18
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'their' not 'there'

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 263890 14-Oct-2009 15:32
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friedCrumpet: 'their' not 'there'


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Reply # 263893 14-Oct-2009 15:42
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friedCrumpet: 'their' not 'there'


I do not get it

What has this got to do with the thread?


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  Reply # 264038 15-Oct-2009 09:53
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Possum: Hi

What Towers does 2Degress use when you are using your 2degrees moblile.


  • Vodafone?



  • Telecom?



  • there own?


Thank you..


We have built out our own network throughout the wider Auckland, wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown areas. If you live in these areas you will be one of our customers that enjoys the EDGE speeds on our network. 
As we've not fully built out the network yet we have a roaming agreement with Vodafone to ensure that our customers have coverage almost everywhere they go in NZ.


Cheers!
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