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Topic # 7258 1-Apr-2006 12:39
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i have both telecom and vodafone and am unable to send and recieve to telstra mms capable fone in australia..have used the "0061" prefix on telecom and "+61" on the vodafone..still no luck. Anyone able to help with this issue?

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Reply # 31964 1-Apr-2006 13:23
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You can only PXT to Vodafone OZ from Vodafone NZ and format +61XXXXXXXXX

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Reply # 31965 1-Apr-2006 13:35
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Is greater international MMS connectivity ever likely to occur john? At the start of last year connectivity between most of the Vodafone group networks was supposed to be occuring in the near future. Considering the large numbers of international SMS's sent these days it's crazy to think that networks around the world introduced MMS and didn't sort out these issues from day one.

MMS to Vodafone oz works fine these days, there seemed to be a problem last year with MMS to numbers that had been ported to Vodafone from other networks but I regularly send them to oz. It's just a shame the it doesn't work to Telstra since nobody in Oz is on Vodafone! :-)


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Reply # 31966 1-Apr-2006 13:38
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thank you

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