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Topic # 5206 9-Oct-2005 09:09
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I used to know a very useful 0800 number for Telecom Customer Service. It went right thru to the people at 123 and was always answered immeadiately without the maze of options & recorded announcemnets about irrelavant matters you must listen to when you call 123.

The 0800 number was very useful for calling from my 021 cell phone. Calling 123 from a 021 mobile costs. You don't want to be paying peek rates while you wait thru their maze of announcmments, with 6 ot 7 options in each list and average 5 minute wait on hold to get answered.

Anyway does anyone know what this number is? I can't remember. I used to have it stored in my cell phone memory, but when my phone was stolen earlier this year my address book was gone to.

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  Reply # 21218 9-Oct-2005 20:20
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0800 8353266




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  Reply # 21221 9-Oct-2005 20:44
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0800 800 123 is not charged

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 21222 9-Oct-2005 20:55
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Great! Thanks guys.

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  Reply # 21262 10-Oct-2005 20:49
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0800 TELECOM as above...... works a treat but don't spread it too much.

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  Reply # 21277 10-Oct-2005 21:45
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paradoxsm: 0800 TELECOM as above...... works a treat but don't spread it too much.


Dont spread that too much????? You would think that 0800 TELECOM would be a bit obvious for a number thats not meant to be spread????????

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Reply # 21278 10-Oct-2005 21:47
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Thats funny

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  Reply # 21280 10-Oct-2005 21:50
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I used to have 021 TELECO m once. I should reconnect it for a laugh.


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  Reply # 21281 10-Oct-2005 21:53
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One of my friends had 0211700700 for a prepay MSISDN think of how many calls they got

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