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Topic # 42362 2-Oct-2009 19:11
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I have been having serious issues sending txt messages from my Telecom XT phone to all vodafone contacts, with many messages taking over 5 hours to arrive and often completely our of order. I have spoken to a number of people suffering the same issue and it is also reported here. Any ideas why this has started occuring?




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  Reply # 260672 2-Oct-2009 19:42
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It started Late Sunday afternoon

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  Reply # 260838 3-Oct-2009 16:52
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Same here. I'm on XT, one of my friends on Vodafone got a text on Thursday that I'd sent on Saturday arvo! Very, very annoying.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 260846 3-Oct-2009 17:24
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scooby101: Same here. I'm on XT, one of my friends on Vodafone got a text on Thursday that I'd sent on Saturday arvo! Very, very annoying.


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  Reply # 261101 5-Oct-2009 11:06
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Is anyone still having problems with this?



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  Reply # 261102 5-Oct-2009 11:17
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No problems in the last 24 hours that I have noticed... but I haven't done a lot of txting.




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  Reply # 261105 5-Oct-2009 11:37
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Been speaking to faults about this.
Issue start on 29th Sept. Even affects eTXT. Unknown when it will be fixed.

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