Vodafone NZ on Campbell Live

By Steve Biddle, in , posted: 9-Mar-2007 19:39

We all know Vodafone's website should be a complete embarrassment  to the company due to the huge numbers of mistakes and inaccuracies on the site but after Vodafone featuring on Cambell Live tonight in regards to yet another premium rate SMS scam I thought it might be worth mentioning this URL on Vodafone's site.

"Receiving a TXT is always free."

The famous words from a particular brewery could be worth mentioning about now.

Do something about your website Vodafone, it's a disgrace. I'll even offer to proof read it and point out every mistake (around 20 or so that need correcting) for a month's free service and that's cheap considering my bill is always under $100..

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Comment by cokemaster, on 11-Mar-2007 12:42

Subscribed to the 'chance' notification on the help ticket - will be interesting to see how quickly it will be pulled.

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I'm an engineer who loves building solutions to solve problems.

I also love sharing my views and analysis of the tech world on this blog, along with the odd story about aviation and the travel industry.

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*VoIP (Voice over IP). I work with various brands of hardware and PBX's on a daily basis
  -Asterisk (incl PiaF, FreePBX, Elastix)

  -xDSL deployments

*Structured cabling
  -Home/office cabling
  -Phone & Data

*Computer networking
  -Mikrotik hardware
  -WAN/LAN solutions

*Wireless solutions
  -Motel/Hotel hotspot deployments
  -Outdoor wireless deployments, both small and large scale
  -Temporary wireless deployments
*CCTV solutions
  -Analogue and IP

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+My views do no represent my employer. I'm sure they'll be happy to give their own if you ask them.

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