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Topic # 151278 20-Aug-2014 08:57
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Sometime when I'm going to a place that is not user friendly to smartphone I used to when on Telecom set a CF All to a cheap flip phone with a prepay SIM in it.  Tried it last nite since porting to Skinny and get  "Unexpected response from network"   Any idea what the problem may be??

 

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  Reply # 1111798 20-Aug-2014 09:05
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I'm pretty sure call forward has been discussed on here in the past and the outcome was that it's not available on Skinny. Unless things have changed recently I'm pretty sure it's not available on Telecom prepay or Vodafone prepay either.



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  Reply # 1112000 20-Aug-2014 12:46
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I asked Skinny on Twitter and they don't support this feature. I think only Vodafone and 2degrees only support this.



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  Reply # 1112311 20-Aug-2014 19:12
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dacraka: I asked Skinny on Twitter and they don't support this feature. I think only Vodafone and 2degrees only support this.

 

Thanx folks.  Pity they don't.  Oh a lobby session coming on..innocent




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