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Topic # 82734 4-May-2011 22:26 Send private message

At 10:09 pm I had two missed calls from number 0800 800021. I also had a voice-mail message that consisted of music.
The number is a Vodafone customer service number.

Why would Vodafone ring me when I am not a customer (on 2degrees account).
Why would they ring after 10 at night.
Why would they make me spend money clearing my voice-mail (and play me a song I did not like). 

If its some sales team ringing to try and win me back as a customer they are seriously going the wrong way about it. Andrew  

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  Reply # 465499 4-May-2011 22:29 Send private message

Nope Vodafone are not allowed to call customers / non customers after 8pm

If anything it's a staff member that has made a personal call from work and dialed the wrong number,

And for the hold music you can't please everyone






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  Reply # 465504 4-May-2011 22:35 Send private message

Thanks John.

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Reply # 465534 5-May-2011 00:40 Send private message

I bet it was John drunk dialing





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