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New Zealand cell site location maps

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 9-Feb-2012 09:54

A Geekzoner (BarTender) has put together a few apps that may be useful if you ever wonder about mobile coverage...

The first one is a map of New Zealand cell sites. The second one (pictured below), gives you a view of which cell sites are available near an address you enter.

The third one is a link you can use in your smartphone. It is a GPS-based cell site map and will use your smartphone's GPS to show your current location and which cell sites are near you.

Bookmark these now... These maps show cell site information for 2degrees, Telecom New Zealand, Vodafone New Zealand and Woosh.



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