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Topic # 151982 12-Sep-2014 08:31
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I have a Vodafone smart mini 4, and had no issues with the app (bar once it logged in and showed me someone elses account details, then next time I logged in it was back to mine)...

However I also have a Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo, and the app seems thus far to work, on Friday the Fantastic Friday image flashes up but when I go to the 3 spinning wheels, it always says on each check back next friday. Whats going wrong there? Is there another way to view/accept the fantastic friday deals?

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  Reply # 1126994 12-Sep-2014 09:04
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Yes you can login to the main Vodafone NZ site ' My Account ' and get them

I just tested on my Sony Z2 and it worked fine



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  Reply # 1127018 12-Sep-2014 09:24
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Ok, I just logged in and it spins wheels and all say get new deals next friday.

The sim was new on monday/tuesday, I called 777 to activate, topped up $20, since used the net on it, not sure why its not showing the deals?
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  Reply # 1127045 12-Sep-2014 09:59
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My VF app today on my iPhone is 'experiencing technical difficulties' and suggests I call 777!

It has that happen several times a week.







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  Reply # 1127127 12-Sep-2014 11:49
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It would seem thats the issue, intermittent technical difficulties, as it just worked now.

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  Reply # 1127130 12-Sep-2014 11:56
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Hi guys,

 Really sorry for the hassle this morning, there was a brief outage that was resolved shortly after eleven. Should be all go now.

Any issues, please let me know, I'll get them passed along to the team.

 - Nik




Product Manager @ PB Tech

https://pbtech.co.nz/smartphones


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