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  # 248952 20-Aug-2009 10:36
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Commodore: what do you care anyway your at vodafone witch by the way do the samething


To be honest, I think it is great that people from Vodafone/Telecom/2 Degrees etc partake in these forums, even if it is not something directly related to their company.  As long as they aren't spurting out crap (which johnr doesn't appear to be doing here) or breaking their companies rules, it is great to have people with such skill, knowledge and ability helping others out.

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# 248969 20-Aug-2009 11:20
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Paulthagerous:
Commodore: what do you care anyway your at vodafone witch by the way do the samething


To be honest, I think it is great that?people from Vodafone/Telecom/2 Degrees etc?partake in these forums, even if it is not something directly related to their company.? As long as they aren't spurting out crap (which johnr doesn't appear to be doing here) or breaking their companies rules, it is great to have people with such skill, knowledge and ability helping others out.


Please don't tell anyone that I had a beer with Neal R from Telecom NZ want to keep this real hush hush

No no reads the interwebs these days do they?



 
 
 
 


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  # 248970 20-Aug-2009 11:21
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I would just like to say big ups to Johnr- from what i've seen you are always very helpful.

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# 248977 20-Aug-2009 11:33
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muncher12: I would just like to say big ups to Johnr- from what i've seen you are always very helpful.


Cheers man lots of great people on GZ

John

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  # 249000 20-Aug-2009 12:21
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John who? Voda What? Never heard of these people or companies.

BTW I do believe you owe me a beer.




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# 249003 20-Aug-2009 12:24
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NealR: John who? Voda What? Never heard of these people or companies.

BTW I do believe you owe me a beer.


You are correct I will have it delivered in the unmarked Helicopter not the bright red one

J

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  # 249238 20-Aug-2009 23:03
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johnr:
Commodore: So Basicly It's a Feature on your phone that doesn't work because the network doesn't support it


No one said the telecom XT does not support the feature

I think you will find only on account XT customers can use the feature

Anyone from Telecom confirm this?

John

Nokia have an application Advanced Communications Manager which allows you to filter out calls you don't want. I have ACM on my Nokia E75 any caller who does not allow their Caller_ID to be sent gets blocked, with their call terminated.

 
 
 
 


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  # 249252 21-Aug-2009 00:46
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Indio - Where did you get it from? The only app I can find with a similar name is something that will only work for 20 calls and is not a nokia product. Looking for it for a N97 because I am getting sick of "private caller" calling me during important things and there being noone there...




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richms: Indio - Where did you get it from? The only app I can find with a similar name is something that will only work for 20 calls and is not a nokia product. Looking for it for a N97 because I am getting sick of "private caller" calling me during important things and there being noone there...


looks like it's from here.

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