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Topic # 115709 4-Apr-2013 08:04
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I have a ZTalk card number for years and haven't used for as long, with mobile roaming and all. I've noticed today in my bank payee list that TelstraClear was renamed Vodafone (TelstraClear) but my ZTalk payee disappeared...

Obviously it could be the bank system decided that I had a duplicate payee (even though both were TelstraClear the account numbers were different). Or may be the bank knows it's disappearing?

Does anyone know if the ZTalk service will remain after the Vodafone and TelstraClear merge?






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  Reply # 795016 8-Apr-2013 14:20
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Hi Mauricio. ZTalk remains available and I'm not aware of any plans to change things for now.

Cheers, Gary



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  Reply # 795018 8-Apr-2013 14:21
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Cool, thanks. I guess with mobile roaming more readily available ZTalk usage had a dip?

I certainly haven't used my access number for years now. Same happened before when I had an AT&T Calling Card charged to my AMEX. Used that while in the USA back in the 90s but then just discarded it a few years back when roaming because cheaper than the AT&T offering...





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I still remember ZFree! :)

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