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# 19023 2-Feb-2008 01:42
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Hi

I got a pinkilicous (sorry bout spelling) and when I try to connect to the web or send a pxt it keeps ocming up error code 2048, I have money on my phone and just dont get it!! Any one have any clues as to why this happens? Really wanna send a pxt lol please someone help me!

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  # 108112 2-Feb-2008 08:57
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Hi and welcome to Geekzone!!

You can't send a 'PXT' on the Telecom network, as thats a Vodafone branded function.

Trying to send "Photo Messages" on the Telecom network is what you are actually trying :-)

Sounds like the service is a dud on the network end. Please call *123 or the Prepaid Helpdesk (0800323232 ???) and let them know its not working.







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  # 108119 2-Feb-2008 09:20
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Firstly, call *333 to ensure you have a sufficient balance, then call the Wireless Help Desk on 0800 400 909 OPT 3 and tell them the error code you are getting; they should be able to help you.

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  # 108162 2-Feb-2008 15:20
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Thanks for helping me out I will call the help desk and tell them. Weird thought all networks said pxting be way easier if they did! :P

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  # 108181 2-Feb-2008 17:11
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TechnologyHalfVirgin: Hi

Thanks for helping me out I will call the help desk and tell them. Weird thought all networks said pxting be way easier if they did! :P

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Vodafone New Zealand: PXT
Telecom New Zealand: Photo Messaging

Both just brand names for the 'MMS' service that both provide.







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