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Topic # 35514 11-Jun-2009 01:12 Send private message

I have no XT coverage at home but I do get a whimper of Vodafone GSM. I really like the value offered by compass (25c anytime is just too cheap to pass-up) so will most probably port-in tomorrow but this is the sticky question, people have me set as Bestmate and often send/call me from Motormouth and other on-net offerings.

Additional question, is the voice wholly carried over Vodafone's decent voice circuits or does it plumb back into the Compass system? that could be the make-or-beak.

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  Reply # 223829 11-Jun-2009 06:37 Send private message

With B+W Bestmates etc still apply . . .

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  Reply # 224099 11-Jun-2009 17:39 Send private message

This is more of a suck it and see.
Maybe ask Compass if it works or not.




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  Reply # 224103 11-Jun-2009 17:44 Send private message

Yes it is and same CGRs are used

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  Reply # 232924 9-Jul-2009 11:01 Send private message

Okay so just to get this clear.


Say I moved my 021 number to Telecom.


People on Vodafone could still have me as a bestmate, even when im working on Telecoms network?

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  Reply # 232926 9-Jul-2009 11:03 Send private message

No, not if you move to Telecom.





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  Reply # 232928 9-Jul-2009 11:04 Send private message

freitasm: No, not if you move to Telecom.





Ohh right, so only Compass? (and Black and White obviously)

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  Reply # 232933 9-Jul-2009 11:10 Send private message

Sure is.

Voice is all over Vodafone, except maybe the VM portion.

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