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Topic # 11937 20-Feb-2007 08:46
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Every third or fourth text message to Vodafone from 027 (HTC Apache) fails at the moment with:

Error Class: Permanent
Cause Code: SMS Org.D

Delivery failed.


Doesn't seem to matter if I use +64 21 or 021 as the prefix. Anyone else see the same? Network or the phone?




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Reply # 61298 20-Feb-2007 09:07
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Had problems last night on my Apache too... they did go through eventually but were having problems at first.




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  Reply # 61305 20-Feb-2007 09:30
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I would send around 250 texts per month to VF from my Apache and never had one of them fail to go through. The only time I see that error has been sending to other 027, but I think it was because of bad reception

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  Reply # 61319 20-Feb-2007 12:18
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yep - I experienced problems about 7.30pm last night for half an hour or so. Received the error message 'messaging service not subscribed" or simalar (from Nokia 6275).  

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  Reply # 61358 20-Feb-2007 19:53
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This would possibly explain why some that I sent yesterday did not arrive. Grr telecom.

Used a mates phone to send because of the qwerty on it. Seems that about 1/2 never arrived.




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