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Topic # 12779 4-Apr-2007 20:24
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There is a 3 digit number that you can dial on the Telecom network that repeats your phone number to you does anyone know what it is please?

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Reply # 66340 4-Apr-2007 20:47
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Not sure about what you mention, but if you dont know your phone number on most CDMA handsets you can go to, Menu / Phonebook / My Number, or something similar.

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  Reply # 66341 4-Apr-2007 20:53
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If you have not blocked caller id you can call your mobile and get your phone number, if your wanting your landline that is?



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  Reply # 66343 4-Apr-2007 20:55
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I am talking about a landline phone not a mobile.

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  Reply # 66344 4-Apr-2007 20:56
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083201231


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  Reply # 66346 4-Apr-2007 21:02
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sbiddle: 083201231



083210 is for the Telecom message exchange.

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  Reply # 66347 4-Apr-2007 21:06
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Does 1956 still work?

Also Sbiddle, do 083201231, 083201232, 083201233 and 083201234 work on all networks?

Including VOIP etc?

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Reply # 66352 4-Apr-2007 21:29
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rscole86: Does 1956 still work?


Just tried it, still works.

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  Reply # 66357 4-Apr-2007 21:44
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Does anyone know of any others, especially the 083 numbers for the Talkaway, Yabba and easycall numbers?

The few I have have been disconnected now 083838 083666

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Reply # 66367 4-Apr-2007 22:33
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1957 also works, but just teel you the number, where as 1956 also tells you the area code.

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