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Topic # 138801 17-Jan-2014 07:55
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Yesterday at 1.00 pm I sent a text from my HTC One (Telecom) to my wife's Samsung S2 (Vodafone). She did not receive it until 7.25 pm. I would appreciate any thoughts on why/how this happened.

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  Reply # 968631 17-Jan-2014 08:07
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There was a large thread on this already yesterday.

I have often experienced issues between VF and TC when texting. Been happening on and off for as long as I can remember. Gave up trying to get a resolution as each provider just blamed the other.




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  Reply # 968638 17-Jan-2014 08:36
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Read the thread in the Vodafone forum. There was a fault.




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  Reply # 968639 17-Jan-2014 08:37
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scuwp: There was a large thread on this already yesterday.

I have often experienced issues between VF and TC when texting. Been happening on and off for as long as I can remember. Gave up trying to get a resolution as each provider just blamed the other.


Thanks - sorry missed the the thread yesterday. Good to know it's not a fault with our phones or settings.

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  Reply # 968647 17-Jan-2014 08:46
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scuwp: There was a large thread on this already yesterday.

I have often experienced issues between VF and TC when texting. Been happening on and off for as long as I can remember. Gave up trying to get a resolution as each provider just blamed the other.


I have a SMS gateway that can often send out 50 messages per day from VF to Telecom phones and have never seen any such issues.



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