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  Reply # 213855 10-May-2009 13:49

A few years ago I had problem receiving it on my mobile so let me know if there are problems I will pass the message onto the guys here.

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  Reply # 213857 10-May-2009 13:59
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ala: A few years ago I had problem receiving it on my mobile so let me know if there are problems I will pass the message onto the guys here.


Thanks. I have printed it just in case, kinda defeats the purpose of having it mobile too though

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  Reply # 213867 10-May-2009 14:55
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It's sent as an MMS - remember that only Vodafone NZ and Vodafone AU have MMS interconnectivity which could be a slight issue.


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  Reply # 213870 10-May-2009 15:01
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sbiddle: It's sent as an MMS - remember that only Vodafone NZ and Vodafone AU have MMS interconnectivity which could be a slight issue.





So I won't get it on B+W?

Have you got yours yet?

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  Reply # 213873 10-May-2009 15:09
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I only opted for paper ticket. Got that email the other day.


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  Reply # 213876 10-May-2009 15:15
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sbiddle: I only opted for paper ticket. Got that email the other day.




K ta, I've got the paper one too

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  Reply # 214179 11-May-2009 18:53

For those who are going to be a part of the Bloggerzone at CeBIT there is a Google Group

http://groups.google.com/group/cebit-australia-bloggerzone?hl=en

I can send out invitations if you would like, just pass onto me your email :-)

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