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Topic # 29891 22-Jan-2009 15:22
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Hey.

I wanted to make a call to an 0900 number from my LG KU990 which is on Prepaid (I am not sure if Prepaids can make 0900 calls yet so should i just quit now or is there a way around it?)
 
I have tried to turn call barring off for all outgoing calls but it asks me for a 'barring password'. I havent set any passwords on my phone and i have tried two basic ones (0000, 1234) but neither of them work.
 
If anyone knows some sort of automatic password that is stored on the phone then please tell me what it is :).

What can i do to make 0900 calls from my LG Ku990. Cheers for all the help :)

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  Reply # 191317 22-Jan-2009 15:27
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You can't call 0900 numbers on Telecom Prepaid. I don't believe Vodafone allow 0900 calls on prepay either.



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  Reply # 191322 22-Jan-2009 15:38
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Thanks for the reply. Yeah sorry forgot to mention it is vodafone. Wow that sucks then.

Still looking for more information from people please :)

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  Reply # 191339 22-Jan-2009 16:46
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No 0900 calls on Vodafone Prepay and have you checked the manual or LG's support website for these codes?



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  Reply # 191347 22-Jan-2009 17:09
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Ugh ok then that is pretty poor. Cellphones are used for calling and cant call 0900..seems abit strange but oh well. Have looked in manual yes will check LG website thanks :)

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  Reply # 191352 22-Jan-2009 17:33
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M_I_C_H_A_E_L: Ugh ok then that is pretty poor. Cellphones are used for calling and cant call 0900..seems abit strange but oh well. Have looked in manual yes will check LG website thanks :)


The reason why is cause a 0900 call is not one fixed rate.

and not sure why you thought it was a phone feature why you checking LG website??

John

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