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#2967 21-Jan-2004 18:14
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Easy, and I am 99.99999999999999999% sure you have not being charged for a PXT as they are free. If you were being charged every other prepay customer would be and that would be a serious issue. there were lots and lots of tests done before it went free so a issue like this would not happen


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  #2970 21-Jan-2004 18:43
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ic... so how will u do it?


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#2974 21-Jan-2004 19:59
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On my computer at work. I do not have to go into the details but it is very easily done. Something else you could have done to be charged is play around with the POP3/ iMAP4 Email client in the handset, because if you send/receive on that, it will have to start a GPRS session. Even thought it may not be set up correctly it still logs onto the GPRS network and starts a session. There is a interval time that can be set up on these that people do not realise they turn on, and this can be set like 5 min 10 min 1 hr and so on.

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  #5727 13-May-2004 22:13
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Well Vicx, obvious answer would be that Johnr works for Vodafone NZ.

He would need your mobile number to open your account and then tell you where the charge came from. ( should also have your passwrod for account too! )


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#5728 13-May-2004 23:35
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I didn't even know this thread was still up, I posted it on the 21st of jan, pxt isnt even free anymore. can I get this thread closed down now?

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