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#55148 24-Dec-2009 19:13

First I couldnt text 022 numbers now I can't call them
This is getting annoying so much so I want to move to 2d, yet im afraid nobody will be able to get hold of me esp when I cant get to hold of my friends!




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  #285040 24-Dec-2009 19:34
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Call your service provider log a fault

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  #285044 24-Dec-2009 20:18
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very annoying fault indeed, i hope you get this fixed.





 
 
 
 




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  #285055 24-Dec-2009 22:24

still waiting.. it sucks!

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  #285059 24-Dec-2009 22:32
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Works for me - still got a problem? Where are you?




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  #285061 24-Dec-2009 22:43

humm.. I have tried many times.. I'm in Welly.

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  #285077 25-Dec-2009 00:07
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I don't think its a general problem. You need to call XT customer care and log it...




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  #285136 25-Dec-2009 16:59
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Stuve: First I couldnt text 022 numbers now I can't call them
This is getting annoying so much so I want to move to 2d, yet im afraid nobody will be able to get hold of me esp when I cant get to hold of my friends!
/rant...





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