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Reply # 36498 24-May-2006 21:11
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I'd expect nothing less of Vodafone.

I bought a nokia 5110 today (for a sms controller) and to hear your balance on 777 you have to endure "call xxxx to hear about how you can get 1c texts and 15c calling blah blah ramble ramble"

Of course, it's yet another push for "You choose"......... complete with a forced 24 month contract....

.... on the plus side at least 777 txt's are spam free..... for now.

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Reply # 37087 29-May-2006 20:38
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So when portability happens, will I be able to take my prepay vodafone number and portabilityize it to a plan, because the lack of ability for doing that and vice versa at the moment is why all my new prepays are telecon.  




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Reply # 37095 29-May-2006 21:29
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richms: So when portability happens, will I be able to take my prepay vodafone number and portabilityize it to a plan, because the lack of ability for doing that and vice versa at the moment is why all my new prepays are telecon.  


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