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Topic # 74569 2-Jan-2011 16:40 Send private message

Those of you on 2degrees with be familiar with the 'you are outside of a broadband zone' text message that is automatically dispatched whenever you move out of 2degrees' coverage territory in the 3 main centres. Whilst this is useful for anyone who is new to 2degrees or who rarely travels, I am starting to find it quite irritating particularly since it appears to be repeated at least once a day whenever I am out of territory.

Is there any way that this warning message can be disabled?

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  Reply # 423483 2-Jan-2011 19:33 Send private message

As soon as there is a way, ill let you know. I live out of canopy, so I get it every day too. :)




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  Reply # 423498 2-Jan-2011 20:21 Send private message

Thanks, Salty.

 

 



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  Reply # 424495 6-Jan-2011 00:43 Send private message

SaltyNZ: As soon as there is a way, ill let you know. I live out of canopy, so I get it every day too. :)


Any update? It was okay for the first few days but now this is annoying! 3-4 times a day drives me mad especially for some reason I received it early in the morning???





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  Reply # 424586 6-Jan-2011 11:34 Send private message

nakedmolerat:
Any update? It was okay for the first few days but now this is annoying! 3-4 times a day drives me mad especially for some reason I received it early in the morning???


Your phone probably dropped the data session and started a new one. The text is sent at setup of the new session, no more than once every 24 hours.




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