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4G/LTE is now available in all cities, most towns and many rural locations on all networks. 4G/LTE on 700 MHz is on band 28 like in Australia, Asia or Europe, not on bands 12-17 like in the US. 4.5G or LTE Advanced Pro is available on Spark's 4G network on compatible devices in many urban, rural and touristed areas.
 
4G/LTE is now available in all cities, most towns and many rural locations on all networks. 4G/LTE on 700 MHz is on band 28 like in Australia, Asia or Europe, not on bands 12-17 like in the US. 4.5G or LTE Advanced Pro is available on Spark's 4G network on compatible devices in many urban, rural and touristed areas.
   
SIM cards in New Zealand don't need to be registered and some of them are sold with a top up ready for use at airports. At the end of the chapter is a special reference to the island of '''Tokelau''' which is attached to New Zealand, but not served by the major operators.
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SIM cards in New Zealand don't need to be registered and some of them are sold with a top up ready for use at airports.
 
== '''Spark '''New Zealand ==
 
== '''Spark '''New Zealand ==
 
[[File:Spark logo.png|thumb|176x176px]]
 
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* APN: warehouse
 
* APN: warehouse
 
* Website: http://www.warehousemobile.co.nz
 
* Website: http://www.warehousemobile.co.nz
[[File:Flag of Tokelau.svg.png|thumb|277x277px]]
 
 
== '''Tokelau''' ==
 
'''Tokelau''' is a dependent territory of New Zealand in the southern Pacific Ocean. It consists of three tropical coral atolls (Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo), with a combined land area of 10 km<sup>2</sup> (4 sq mi) and has a population of approximately 1,500 people. There is no airport and a chartered vessel, operated under
 
an arrangement between New Zealand and Tokelau, is the only means of transport to and from the islands at present; the trip from Apia in Samoa currently takes over a day.
 
[[File:Greylist.jpg|left|thumb|340x340px]]
 
Tokelau is not served by New Zealand providers. The sole telecoms provider Telecommunications Tokelau Corporation or Teletok, the sole telecoms provider on the island has officially launched its 4G/LTE network in 2017. The network covers all three islands (Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo) that comprise Tokelau;.
 
 
The network comprises infrastructure from Huawei, with the towers and related facilities constructed in March 2016. Starting in November 2016, engineers from 4G Blue Arcus Technologies began the installation and testing of the LTE system.
 
This may have improved internal connections, but all data go through narrow satellite links. There is no publicly available information on it aside from the fact, that it exists and runs on band 28 (700 MHz). It will remain on the greylist until details can be found, including whether it is open to visitors on a prepaid basis. Otherwise, Internet is provided through Teletok in free internet cafes and some households offer their own ADSL internet connection.
 
 
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