Thu, 28 Feb 2013 9:33a.m.
New Zealand mobile users can now access the faster 4G internet network for the first time.
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1/03/2013 12:38:52 a.m.
Courtney Blackburn wrote:
year we will get faster mobile speeds but the carriers will charge $60 for 3GB data plans so it will only benefit users at a premium
28/02/2013 7:03:54 p.m.
Sue Baker wrote:
28/02/2013 1:57:39 p.m.
Think we neeed clarity on the term 'mb' as for 4G speeds it refers to mega-BITS but the average consumer would interpret it as mega-BYTES, a big differnece with the latter giving the meaning that it is a lot faster. 100MegaBytes per second would mean a full-HD movie is downloaded on your mobile within a matter of 45-90 seconds - which is not true.
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