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Topic # 108860 7-Sep-2012 08:43
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Hi

A list of short codes that work with Skinny has been added to the website here

http://www.skinny.co.nz/1948_EN-Skinny_Pricing-Standard_Rates.htm

It is at the bottom of the page under Other Charges. 

This will be updated as more suppliers are brought on board.

cheers

Paul.

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  Reply # 683229 8-Sep-2012 21:12
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LivingSkinny: Hi

A list of short codes that work with Skinny has been added to the website here

http://www.skinny.co.nz/1948_EN-Skinny_Pricing-Standard_Rates.htm

It is at the bottom of the page under Other Charges.

This will be updated as more suppliers are brought on board.

cheers

Paul.


Hi Paul,

The list is only useful to know which user-pays short code services work on Skinny.  However, it does not tell me which free short code services (well, free to receive) work.  For example, NationalBank online code uses short code 1818 and it is not on the list.

By the way, please look at what 2degrees have done (http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=9c1c9060-4523-4ae5-af82-25cc3a2ac765&groupId=10128).  I think they have done a great job to tell people what short codes are free to receive (e.g. 1818 for National Bank, 2273/2370/2371/2372/4218/4768 for ASB, 4216/202 for westpac) etc...

Thanks!



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  Reply # 683732 10-Sep-2012 11:00
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AKLWestie:
LivingSkinny: Hi

A list of short codes that work with Skinny has been added to the website here

http://www.skinny.co.nz/1948_EN-Skinny_Pricing-Standard_Rates.htm

It is at the bottom of the page under Other Charges.

This will be updated as more suppliers are brought on board.

cheers

Paul.


Hi Paul,

The list is only useful to know which user-pays short code services work on Skinny.  However, it does not tell me which free short code services (well, free to receive) work.  For example, NationalBank online code uses short code 1818 and it is not on the list.

By the way, please look at what 2degrees have done (http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=9c1c9060-4523-4ae5-af82-25cc3a2ac765&groupId=10128).  I think they have done a great job to tell people what short codes are free to receive (e.g. 1818 for National Bank, 2273/2370/2371/2372/4218/4768 for ASB, 4216/202 for westpac) etc...

Thanks!


Hi

Sounds like you may be picking up an old version of the file - can you try clearing your cache and trying again?

cheers

Paul

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