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Topic # 151420 25-Aug-2014 02:09
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I've been trying the fantastic deal spin on my phone for the last 2 weeks, but every time I just get the message new deals coming next Friday.
my phone have a ported 027 number, it works perfectly fine on my sister's phone which is 021.
both phone are on the prepay freebee plan.

also asked a friend to try, have a ported 022 number, also don't get any deals.

anyone else have the same problem?

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  Reply # 1114915 25-Aug-2014 07:20
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Have you tried logging into the main Vodafone NZ site ' My Vodafone ' ?


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  Reply # 1114923 25-Aug-2014 08:25
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Conversely.... will my old VF number still work since I ported to 2D about 2 years ago? :D

Not really a concern as a VF DSL customer, but interesting conceptually....


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  Reply # 1114959 25-Aug-2014 09:59
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Hi Josu,

if you can private message me I will happily look at it. I have a feeling your number may not triggered on our system.


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  Reply # 1115574 25-Aug-2014 23:27
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My 2degrees ported number works fine so it's something with Spork or what voda employees have said above.

Home ADSL:                                                             School: 

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  Reply # 1115593 26-Aug-2014 00:53
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I have 2 ported 027s on Voda. The deals work perfectly.

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  Reply # 1115623 26-Aug-2014 07:51
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We are narrowing down the cause. But it looks like a system fault with you number. We will get it sorted today I am sure!

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