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  Reply # 17065 26-Jul-2005 10:55
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Disenchanted: 666 posts

Not anymore.

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  Reply # 17119 27-Jul-2005 13:43
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pervmonkey
taken from: http://www.xtra.co.nz/mobile/0,,11256,00.html
After Wednesday 27th July you will be able to send and receive photo messages to and from 021 and 029 mobiles! As an introductory offer you can send Photo Messages to friends on 021 and 029 for just 20 cents until 31 August 2005.


Ummm not anymore... still waiting for this to work....

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  Reply # 17121 27-Jul-2005 13:51
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that link now states

"Note: Photo Messages from a Telecom Mobile cannot be received by international mobile numbers, mobile phones on other networks or customers who are roaming overseas. "

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  Reply # 17124 27-Jul-2005 15:44
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yeah im very confused now.............


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  Reply # 17160 28-Jul-2005 10:00
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it's still in the google cache :-)

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  Reply # 17163 28-Jul-2005 10:18
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hmmm tried again this morning and this is still not working...

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