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  Reply # 870927 2-Aug-2013 19:04
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Insanekiwi:
Thank you for letting me know. Last question - has anyone done a Speedtest to see what sort of download speed you get with your Nexus 4? I guess in Auckland CBD or somewhere with the best signal in offpeak and peak?

Cheers, I am contemplating switching to Nexus 4 from my Galaxy S3 4G (which I like)....




Done a speedtest from the kitchen window at home, Reception was full, results where somewhat inconsistent (peek 7pm)

Nexus 4
Test 1
3304kbps Down
153kbps Up

Test 2
4895kbps Down
718kbps Up

Galaxy Nexus
Test1
3115kbps Down
1761kbps Up

Test 2
1760kbps Down
1701kbps Up


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  Reply # 870957 2-Aug-2013 20:21
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in Hillsborough just got 6342 down 603 up. its dual carrier so in the past have got 15285 down. whoops just realised first results were on WiFi . on mobile data just got 11352 and 1629. on Vodafone

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 871115 3-Aug-2013 10:46
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Does anyone know whether this will work on telecom?

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  Reply # 871252 3-Aug-2013 16:09
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Great phone, but I think with 4g speed I get from work and home, probably should stick with S3 4g. I get download of around 50000 usually... Which is blisteringly quick. Otherwise would have been keen to try N4. Will wait for LTE N5. Cheers all.

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  Reply # 871259 3-Aug-2013 16:37
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Barrabas: Does anyone know whether this will work on telecom?

Yep, works fine on Telecom, I ported from 2ds to Telecom a few weeks ago.


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  Reply # 871329 3-Aug-2013 18:58
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kyhwana2:
Barrabas: Does anyone know whether this will work on telecom?

Yep, works fine on Telecom, I ported from 2ds to Telecom a few weeks ago.



Incoming MMS OK??




Regards,

Old3eyes


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  Reply # 871331 3-Aug-2013 18:59
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old3eyes:
kyhwana2:
Barrabas: Does anyone know whether this will work on telecom?

Yep, works fine on Telecom, I ported from 2ds to Telecom a few weeks ago.



Incoming MMS OK??


What's MMS!? :P (WTF uses MMS still, come on guys)




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  Reply # 871373 3-Aug-2013 20:08
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kyhwana2:
old3eyes:
kyhwana2:
Barrabas: Does anyone know whether this will work on telecom?

Yep, works fine on Telecom, I ported from 2ds to Telecom a few weeks ago.



Incoming MMS OK??


What's MMS!? :P (WTF uses MMS still, come on guys)



Slightly OT but I found MMS hit and miss. With all the wifi and 3G around it seems there are much better options. My wife uses Wechat which she really likes and I have the client so she can send me photos easily.




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  Reply # 871493 4-Aug-2013 08:43
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kyhwana2:
old3eyes:
kyhwana2:
Barrabas: Does anyone know whether this will work on telecom?

Yep, works fine on Telecom, I ported from 2ds to Telecom a few weeks ago.



Incoming MMS OK??


What's MMS!? :P (WTF uses MMS still, come on guys)



Generally people who I know who don't have smartfones still use MMS..  So stop thinking that everyone is in  your smartfone world..




Regards,

Old3eyes


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