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Topic # 7500 19-Apr-2006 16:34
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how do i reprogam my phone for a new new number for telecom nz? i havethe new preplay number and just wanna know how do put it on my nokia phone, can sum1 help?
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Reply # 33389 19-Apr-2006 16:48
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Take the mobile phone to a Telecom New Zealand dealer and they will connect or transfer the number for you.





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  Reply # 33390 19-Apr-2006 16:49
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Take it into your nearest telecom store

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Reply # 33407 19-Apr-2006 18:24
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jaydapunk: sum1 - thanx

Welcome to Geekzone. Please read the posting rules. We dont allow text speak [txt spk] here. All posts to be in plain English. Common witten abbreviations are also welcome [TNZ for Telecom New Zealand being a popular example].

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  Reply # 33408 19-Apr-2006 18:29
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lol, lol, lol
sorry? my funny guy?
u read the rules boi

cheers boi
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Reply # 33409 19-Apr-2006 18:36
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jaydapunk: sorry? my funny guy?

u read the rules boi
Nothing funny. Rules exist so that everyone can get along well. Bad attitude doesn't go far here.

Also, arguing with or making fun of a moderator is a great way to get banned very quickly.







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  Reply # 33889 25-Apr-2006 22:22
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no no no no! all the other posts are not needed at all. this is what you do call telecom on 0800323232 and tell them what you need and they will give you the service programing codes to reprogram your mobile phone you will need your ESN number and you will have to no the make and model of your mobile phone and any telecom account details.

if you have me your make and model number i make beable to provide you with some codes by i will only beable to give them to you via pm due to this web site's rule's.

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  Reply # 33894 25-Apr-2006 22:36
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joe5600 is right... the 0800 number is the easiest way to achieve a prepay connect (i actually used '*123' today, and they connected me in ten mins with $5 free credit).

freitasm is also right, bad attitude doesnt last long around here, its just not that sort of site. Go and read the rules before you post again.




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