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  Reply # 2142146 9-Dec-2018 17:14
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Glazza:

 

Only works for mobiles on the Spark network.

 

 

Should work for any number.

 

Yep just double checked from a SIP trunk from Devoli, presenting a NZ local number.


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  Reply # 2142147 9-Dec-2018 17:16
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@sbiddle - do you know why the Vodafone numbers don't get the right number echoed back to them?


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2142151 9-Dec-2018 17:25
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On 2degrees it does not not work just the 2degrees person saying check the number and dial again

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  Reply # 2142178 9-Dec-2018 18:40
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Rikkitic: ... I don't have the number and can't figure out how to get it. ...

 

Seems like you have several options, depending on your mobile network provider.

 

 





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  Reply # 2142182 9-Dec-2018 18:46
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And all the above can be found in a quick Google search

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  Reply # 2142184 9-Dec-2018 18:48
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Rikkitic: ... I can ring out without any problem but can't ring to the phone...

 

Considering you can call out, the mobile number should show by default on the receiving mobile handset (or land line with caller ID enabled & display available).

 

If not, you have two options

 

     

  1. Dial #31#<mobile number> which enables the caller ID for this one call. Thx to USSD page on Wikipedia.
  2. Go to settings and find the option to show / hide my own umber

 

 





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  Reply # 2142189 9-Dec-2018 18:51
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Linux: And all the above can be found in a quick Google search

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Something similar has been asked many times here on GZ itself. This query also reminds me of sending <mobile number> to 300 to find out if it is on the same mobile network as your own phone.





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  Reply # 2142205 9-Dec-2018 20:05
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All the telcos should just standardise this stuff.. Use the same info number. 


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  Reply # 2142207 9-Dec-2018 20:12
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Goosey:

All the telcos should just standardise this stuff.. Use the same info number. 



Think you mean shortcode

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  Reply # 2142229 9-Dec-2018 20:52
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IcI:

 

Rikkitic: ... I can ring out without any problem but can't ring to the phone...

 

Considering you can call out, the mobile number should show by default on the receiving mobile handset (or land line with caller ID enabled & display available).

 

If not, you have two options

 

     

  1. Dial #31#<mobile number> which enables the caller ID for this one call. Thx to USSD page on Wikipedia.
  2. Go to settings and find the option to show / hide my own umber

 

 

 

 

She said she wanted to find out the number but didn't want to bother anyone to do it.


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  Reply # 2142262 9-Dec-2018 22:33
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3192000 is what I got when calling it from my vodafone 021 number.





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  Reply # 2142268 10-Dec-2018 01:09
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chevrolux:

Dial 083201234 and it will repeat your number back to you.



I got a recorded message saying "welcome to the message exchange, please enter your mailbox number then press #".

Presume that is actually the Spark voicemail system. As I think that 083210 is the Spark voicemail number.

Dialed from an 021 number that has been ported to 2degrees.





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  Reply # 2142276 10-Dec-2018 08:09
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Maybe it doesn't work with ported numbers? I dunno. It's always worked for me.

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  Reply # 2142277 10-Dec-2018 08:15
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Aredwood:
chevrolux:

 

Dial 083201234 and it will repeat your number back to you.

 



I got a recorded message saying "welcome to the message exchange, please enter your mailbox number then press #".

Presume that is actually the Spark voicemail system. As I think that 083210 is the Spark voicemail number.

Dialed from an 021 number that has been ported to 2degrees.

 

You dialed 0832101234 - the number just starts with 08320


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