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Topic # 138362 31-Dec-2013 18:11 Send private message

I just wanted to rant about this.

Wtf is with 2degrees "missed call" texts. Yes I know I missed the damn call, my phone and every other phone on the planet displays a missed call icon. Why the f* do I have to go and delete a damn txt every time as well? And why do they come through sometimes twice, and often heavily delayed - so they are all the more irritating?!

I remember it used to be the case, at least on Vodafone, that you only got such a txt if your phone was offline at the time of the call, so the txt informed you when your phone couldn't. That was useful. The current 2degrees set-up is just ANNOYING!

/Raaaaaaaaaaaaant.

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  Reply # 962964 8-Jan-2014 08:33 Send private message

BTR:
BadBadBadMonkey:
SteveON: Its a text. Thats it. What happens when it rains? Do you complain or live with it? I cant believe there is a conversation on this matter. /troll.

Considering my OP was fairly labeled as a rant, maybe you and the other pinheads above of a similar nature can save everyone some time and stop disrupting threads you're apparently not interested in with inane negativity. And get some friends so you occasionally have some missed calls too.



There is no need to personally attack someone because of their reply. Obviously no one who has read your post knows how to do what you are asking. I suggest you call your provider and if you are able to get an answer share it with everyone so that those interested can have the answer.


The answer is: at present it isn't possible to have message alerts on but not missed call alerts.




iPad Air + iPhone 5S + 2degrees 4tw!

These comments are my own and do not represent the opinions of 2degrees.

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