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# 32873 26-Apr-2009 00:17
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hi does any one know what prefix telecom will use on its new network?


why?


no reson just want to know. =]





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  # 209368 26-Apr-2009 00:44
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im sure it will still be 027,

don't see why it would be any different..




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  # 209370 26-Apr-2009 01:07
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They have number portability don't the?

 
 
 
 




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  # 209371 26-Apr-2009 01:18
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yea but i meen they have to have a prefix dont they.





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  # 209373 26-Apr-2009 01:44
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The prefix will remain 027, unless a number is ported in to the Telecom network with a different prefix.

(I.e. if you get a new connection on XT Network, it will be an 027).

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  # 209383 26-Apr-2009 07:30
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Definatley staying 027.

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  # 209395 26-Apr-2009 08:43
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Damager: im sure it will still be 027,

don't see why it would be any different..



I think the precedent here is that they changed from 025 to 027 with the last network launch. I wouldn't have been surprised if they went back to 025 with this network (although as already mentioned by others, that's not happening).

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  # 209396 26-Apr-2009 08:47
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Its going to be 027

Telecom wll have a SRRI and when numbers move from the CDMA network to the WCDMA network they will point the SRRI at the HLR

No one will need to change there number

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  # 209399 26-Apr-2009 09:01
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Behodar:
Damager: im sure it will still be 027,

don't see why it would be any different..





I think the precedent here is that they changed from 025 to 027 with the last network launch. I wouldn't have been surprised if they went back to 025 with this network (although as already mentioned by others, that's not happening).


This is definately not happening.

With Portability prefixes become totally meaningless these days anyway.

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  # 209400 26-Apr-2009 09:07
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I'm well aware that's not happening, I was just pointing out that it's happened before and may have been why hamish225 thought it might change again :)


Edit: Although I had a bit of a brainfart when I said I wouldn't be surprised...

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  # 209402 26-Apr-2009 09:20
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I hate number portability...I still have a prepaid Telecom...5min call to a vodafone and woah all my credit is gone (027 number so I assumed it was Telecom still...)....frustrating.

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  # 209407 26-Apr-2009 09:50
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radiotech: I hate number portability...I still have a prepaid Telecom...5min call to a vodafone and woah all my credit is gone (027 number so I assumed it was Telecom still...)....frustrating.

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It's not number portabilities fault, its the individual carriers for carrying on different price for on/off net calling.







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# 209459 26-Apr-2009 12:52
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radiotech: I hate number portability...I still have a prepaid Telecom...5min call to a vodafone and woah all my credit is gone (027 number so I assumed it was Telecom still...)....frustrating.


You can Text a number to 300 and it will text you back telling you which network the number is hosted on.

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  # 209462 26-Apr-2009 13:04
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radiotech: I hate number portability...I still have a prepaid Telecom...5min call to a vodafone and woah all my credit is gone (027 number so I assumed it was Telecom still...)....frustrating.


there are 3 telecom prepaid plans, the mate rates is most commonly used but is expensive to call other networks, this plan is best telecom to telecom. However they also have a prepaid anytime and a prepaid mytime. The prepaid mytime can call other networks off peak for 49cents a minute the mates rate would cost you $1.39 for the same call

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  # 209490 26-Apr-2009 14:42
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So do what everyone else does and carry 2 phones and check the number before calling.

would be nice if someone would make an app that would go thru your contact list texting the numbers to 300 and then putting something infront of the name for ones that were off network for that handset.




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  # 209547 26-Apr-2009 19:37
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my m8 just told me today that it will be 028





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