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Topic # 13041 19-Apr-2007 12:29
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http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/news/item/5168_Orange__Vodafone_cripple_N95_V.php


This makes me wonder whether we can prevent this happening here by making the new group responsible for monitoring our telcos aware that this is occurring. . .








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  Reply # 67701 19-Apr-2007 12:58
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I ordered an import E65 yesterday because I've been unable to get confirmation that the Vodafone branded version will infact have the VoIP capabilities intact. I've primarily purchased mine to use VoIP over WiFi but having tested VoIP over 3G it'll be interesting to play with that using a handset.

It just shows you the lenghts some operators will go to protect their inflatated call prices.

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Reply # 67724 19-Apr-2007 14:12
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That's not cricket is it!? 




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  Reply # 67735 19-Apr-2007 15:27
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No its not, makes me very glad I'll have a non-branded N95 in my hands this evening!

I really hope that the findings go against the Telcos, that way theres a greater chance of a similar ruling here.




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