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Topic # 3738 25-Mar-2005 04:21
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anyone know how much it is to text a english number from a spanish vodafone mobile ?

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Reply # 13798 25-Mar-2005 07:17
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Why not ring your service provider and ask and I take it you mean to the UK

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Reply # 13805 25-Mar-2005 12:40
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It will cost the same as using it to send a SMS to another mobile in Spain. International SMS messages do not have a different price.




 
 
 
 


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Reply # 13816 26-Mar-2005 07:58
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how do i set up mms on a nokia 6230 bought from tenerife.have tried normal way but know joy,can anyone help.

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Reply # 13817 26-Mar-2005 08:04
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Go to your service provider and ask them

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Reply # 13818 26-Mar-2005 08:28
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My service provider (02) just sent me a code to save and did not work.



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Reply # 13822 26-Mar-2005 10:07
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i would but im in spain and dont know spanish so cant ask

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Reply # 13823 26-Mar-2005 10:09
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cazzey: i would but im in spain and dont know spanish so cant ask
As I posted before, sending a SMS from one country to another costs the same as sending inside the country - there is no different charges.

As for gazza's questions, please open another thread, since your question is off-topic.






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Reply # 13824 26-Mar-2005 10:14
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thats not true, From the uk i sent txts to spanish numbers and its 49p and from spanish mobile to english i get charged anythin up to 50 cents, and 9 cents for spanish

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Reply # 13825 26-Mar-2005 10:32
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cazzey: thats not true, From the uk i sent txts to spanish numbers and its 49p and from spanish mobile to english i get charged anythin up to 50 cents, and 9 cents for spanish
Prices may be different depending on what operator is receiving the SMS, since some charge higher interconnect fees than others, but in general a SMS from one country to another costs the same - except in these cases.




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