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  Reply # 47648 5-Oct-2006 13:24
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Right, so picked up my phone from telecom today, and guess what? another brand spanking new phone! So, I know that at my work my old phone got no reception whatsoever so as I'm about to head off to work I'll see how it goes and hopefully (fingers crossed) it actually works!!!! So far so good though, w00t







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  Reply # 47649 5-Oct-2006 13:26
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Excellent.... Good luck with that. Let us know if it actually works this time.




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  Reply # 47719 5-Oct-2006 23:47
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So, good news folks, my phone worked really well all of tonight and never lost reception! although, worrying thing is there were a few texts I tried to send which took three or four trys to work, but hopefully this was just a two-off. So until it yet again screws up (very pessimistic I know) looks like I have a working phone!







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Reply # 47723 6-Oct-2006 00:27
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Good news about the phone... Just try not to look at it funny!!!

About the texts, i had sending issues tonight, so its most likely not a phone issue.

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