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Topic # 114250 13-Feb-2013 13:13 Send private message

Hi,

I need to be able to automatically forward/divert SMS/text messages and calls from one phone to another.  Does anyone know of an application that will work in NZ?

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  Reply # 761699 13-Feb-2013 13:17 Send private message

What OS does the phone use?

There are plenty of SMS forwarding apps for Android, just look on the Play store.

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  Reply # 761707 13-Feb-2013 13:21 Send private message

Not related to Vodafone if you want an application doing this, If the OS on the handset is Android then this should be posted in that section of Geekzone




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  Reply # 762126 14-Feb-2013 11:11 Send private message

yep, plenty of SMS forwarding apps on the playstore.
Have a good look around using your webbrowser rather than phone because it makes it eaiser to read all the reviews etc. Just because some apps are free doesnt mean they will give you what you want.
If your tech minded then some apps will be great and if your not so tech minded some of the apps wont be so great.

The playstore allows you to send the app to your chosen device as well (assume you already have a google login to use the playstore and your mobile phone details are set).

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