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    LTE-A coming to iBurst customers

    iBurst has announced the beginning of its migration from wireless technology to LTE-Advanced.

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    iBurst also announced that it has “Supersized” the accounts of existing clients.

    “You’ll see a sizeable increase in the data available to you and it won’t cost you a cent. Supersize took place on the 1st of December and will run for three months during the migration period.”
    Did anyone get their account "supersized"? How much did you get?

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    iBurst has announced the beginning of its migration from wireless technology to LTE-Advanced


    Did you perhaps mean:

    iBurst has announced the beginning of its migration from proprietary wireless technology to LTE-Advanced
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    saor is a dumbass

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersunbird View Post
    Did you perhaps mean:
    Did you perhaps mean IEEE 802.20?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginggs View Post
    Did you perhaps mean IEEE 802.20?
    I just know that how it was said doesn't make sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersunbird View Post
    I just know that how it was said doesn't make sense.
    Yeah, both are wireless.

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    So, will this mean that the old technology along with the old iBurps routers will now fall away?

    And their pricing will be still more or less the same?
    Time is almost at an end.

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    Vodacom going to have access to their spectrum, it is a reason for migration. Another smart move from Vodacom.

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    I only have one question:
    Will my old modem work on their new LTE-A system?
    If it doesn't I will find another provider as their service just sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwyn909 View Post
    I only have one question:
    Will my old modem work on their new LTE-A system?
    If it doesn't I will find another provider as their service just sucks.
    No, it won't. See: https://mybroadband.co.za/vb/showthr...ork-with-LTE-A

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    That is all I needed to know, thank you. I will be dispensing with their "services."

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    Will they shape their capped packages, as with existing iBurst?

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