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Topic # 42329 2-Oct-2009 14:24
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See here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=42330

 

 





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  Reply # 260588 2-Oct-2009 14:55
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Does the VF SIM still work, even though it has a temporary number attached? You could still use your free calls this weekend if that's the case, although you'll need to tell the people you call not to bother adding it to their address books.


Also, I believe that cross-posting is against the FUG.



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  Reply # 260598 2-Oct-2009 15:11
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Behodar: Does the VF SIM still work, even though it has a temporary number attached? You could still use your free calls this weekend if that's the case, although you'll need to tell the people you call not to bother adding it to their address books.

Also, I believe that cross-posting is against the FUG.


Yes sim does work but I don't want to call text people on the number then have to get them to change it again?!
Didn't know about the cross-posting. Can mod confirm and I'll delete it. Couldn't pick a board to post this in as it's relevant to both companies?





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 260616 2-Oct-2009 16:10
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Read the FUG and it seems like the OP shouldn't be CC'd. Have edited.





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  Reply # 260621 2-Oct-2009 16:28
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Behodar: Also, I believe that cross-posting is against the FUG.


It is, so I'm locking this thread, please post any subsequent replies in the thread in the original post.

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