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#110510 10-Oct-2012 14:16
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Just wondering why I sometimes get this message when calling 028xxxx number from my vodafone mobile .. it occurs at random it seems .. ie about once a week .. lasts for a day then comes right .. at various parts of the country .. not area specific. rest of time calls go through perfect.. Am I correct in assuming it is a Vodafone issue .. when I phone the number from a telecom mobile it is ok ... unusual as this is a regular and apparently random occurance. Any sggestions John R?

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  #699103 10-Oct-2012 14:18
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The 028xxxxx number might have a odd divert setup on it under CFNA , CFB or CFNR

Will not be a Vodafone issue but a issue on B party side

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  #699105 10-Oct-2012 14:19
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Have you got a time and date it last happened?

I have sent you a PM requesting some INFO for me to run a trace

 
 
 
 




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  #699109 10-Oct-2012 14:30
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right now in Chch Burnside Rugby Club .. but has happened in Auck and PN and ..Thanks

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#699114 10-Oct-2012 14:35
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allstar1: right now in Chch Burnside Rugby Club .. but has happened in Auck and PN and ..Thanks


Sorry am I meant to guess your mobile number and the number you are calling?

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  #699149 10-Oct-2012 15:33
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PM sent the issue is on the B party network

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#699156 10-Oct-2012 15:48
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or so you say John Tongue Out




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  #699170 10-Oct-2012 16:01
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maverick: or so you say John Tongue Out


Will send you the same PM

 
 
 
 


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  #699206 10-Oct-2012 16:51
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Love your work John




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  #699214 10-Oct-2012 17:03
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I feel left out!

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  #699238 10-Oct-2012 17:36
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maverick: Love your work John


believe me now?

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  #699239 10-Oct-2012 17:38
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I always believe you John ... just wanted you to work for it Wink




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  #699254 10-Oct-2012 17:53
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maverick: I always believe you John ... just wanted you to work for it Wink


lol... someone want to pm me too?  I'm kinda interested to know what the issues are.






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  #699296 10-Oct-2012 19:44
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@don - they have to change their layer 2 provider to fix it :)




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  #699302 10-Oct-2012 20:06
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coffeebaron: @don - they have to change their layer 2 provider to fix it :)


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