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  Reply # 20070 14-Sep-2005 15:19

care to name your independent sources?
remains to be seen i suppose



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Reply # 20074 14-Sep-2005 20:27
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I'll know this when I see it. Blah blah blah.......

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  Reply # 20095 15-Sep-2005 08:42
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paradoxsm: a sanyo 4920 (PTT) which can receive Photo messaging if someone actually does send me one.

Are you sure these can recieve MMS? As far as I was aware the only MMS capable (and activated) phones released by TNZ so far have cameras built in.

I understand there are some models that could do MMS, that dont have cameras, but these are all disabled.




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  Reply # 20108 15-Sep-2005 10:24
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Yes it works! I was quite surprised. it's quite simple for it to work really. Lightsurf WILL theoretically work on any CDMA wap2.0 phone but yes liooks like t'com has disabled most. I can also download the GCD descriptor images. I cannot send MMS though deep in the firmware the 4920 does have the capability. Ut's ugly but very functional with good keys (important!!!)

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  Reply # 20119 15-Sep-2005 11:56

before i give voda a 20c donation to re read their 'we cannot send pxts to telecom phones at the moment...' are you talking about internetwork text messaging or the 4920

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  Reply # 20121 15-Sep-2005 12:42
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so... 021-027 MMS is working or not?




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  Reply # 20122 15-Sep-2005 12:54
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Inter netowork MMSing.. the comment about the 4920 was a reply to disenchanted as it's not supposed to be an MMS phone though it works..

Try it someone, there is a comment up the thread about it working 2moro but i'll belive it when I see it. I don't have my 027 today. (we are a Vodafone company and though I love my t'com it's a bad look.)

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  Reply # 20124 15-Sep-2005 14:03
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still getting the apology text when trying to send voda -> telecom



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Reply # 20438 23-Sep-2005 18:41
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This'll never happen by the looks of it. Still no go for me.

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Reply # 20444 23-Sep-2005 22:10
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Remember it comes to all those that wait.

Think of it as not a T versers V thing (ours is better than yours or cheaper) but how do we get interconnection to work - on one hand we do things this way on the other side we do it this way.

Configuring interconnection Gateways is not just two parties installing the same software on two boxes. Both have to talk to each other, theres legal connection (terms and conditions) delevery paths, quality of service, billing the list goes on and on.

NZ cant be the only country in the world that does not do interconnection between telcos so its a matter of waiting and looking at the threads above my money is on something went wrong and they are ironing out the interconnection.

I would say keep trying daily.

The day it works (I beleive very soon) you can get the first post in here and score big time.




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it works!!

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Reply # 20585 27-Sep-2005 10:39
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Yep

Sent a pxt to 027 and back again

Wahoooooooooooooooo finally interconnection




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  Reply # 20586 27-Sep-2005 10:41
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oh! who wanna let me try sending a pxt to 027 and return a Picture Text too?




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  Reply # 20587 27-Sep-2005 10:44
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Conversion (the key point here)
(i'll do some testing)

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  Reply # 20588 27-Sep-2005 10:53
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sent...

how did you get that number? if one needs to get a number like that in malaysia (or asia) one has to pay like thousands!!!!


Does Telecom/Vodafone NZ considering selling premium numbers? hehe :-) it'll be like personalised phone number.




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