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Comment by sbiddle, on 6-Sep-2006 09:17
It doesn't mean the end of 'on network' deals. For voice calls you'll be told by a prerecorded message whether your call in on or off network as happens in other countries.
SMS is another issue - it will be interesting to see how that is handled.
Comment by Brenda, on 6-Sep-2006 19:23
i wonder if it will end's vodafone's requirement to change number when flipping from post to pre... or will you have to flip to telecom and then back again to do that... they'll probably make you buy a new sim or some other silly thing.
Comment by chiefie, on 7-Sep-2006 09:09
Sounds good, about time you can port your number wherever you go.
Also, word is, Vodafone's Pre-Post number portability should be on its way i think. At least I hope so... maybe be in time around April 2007 with CC's MNP.
p/s: I realised that you can use quote in the title 2 days ago too.. bummer.
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